Memory techniques and the preparation of the exam courses with emphasis on long-term memory (LTM).
Welcome to the interactive workshop of November 2021!
• If you have difficulty studying,
• If you owe enough lessons,
• If you have difficulty remembering what you are reading,
• If you are worried about what is wrong with your exams,
• Come to the Small group Interactive Laboratory of Mnemonic Techniques.
The aim of the interactive small-group laboratory is to present the memory techniques regarding the preparation of the examined courses for example see the winter semester exam. At a theoretical level, long-term memory (LMM) will be discussed as a secondary structural memory function which that represents a permanent and stable record of the past. The Memory techniques shall be utilized for the preparation of the courses under consideration through the function of LTM, which is understood as a set of paths not necessarily conscious, engraved in the cerebral cortex. This information of LTM is accessible only after the attempt or the presence of an element (cue) that will activate them during the exam period. On a practical level, we shall been work on exercises of memory techniques with emphasis on the preparation of the registration of the course information in the LTM and its accessibility. We also shall be discussed LTM activating factors in the exams.
Bibliographic reference: Roussos, P., L. (2011). The characteristics of long-term memory. In Cognitive Psychology, the basic cognitive processes. (pp. 220-225). Athens: Place
Topic speaker in the laboratory: Drossinou-Korea Maria, Phd in Psychology, Assistant Professor of Special Education and Training, external collaborator responsible for the counseling support to students with disabilities and special educational needs at the Career Office of the Agricultural University of Athens
Link: https:// meet.jit.si/MnimonikesDrossinougpa 20212311
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