CGSC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Long-Term Memory

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CGSC 1001
Jan 22
Learning styles
-research on this is not strong.
-the way in which information is given to you matters. This isn’t accurate. Memories are stored
differently depending on how we learn it, but our learning isn’t impaired depending on how we learn it.
-most of what we learn is meaning based
-true that some have better visual memory than others.
Note taking
-when on computer it affects way you take down notes. You’re writing too much.
-you can type quicker than writing so you try and take down too much info.
-when writing you have to condense info so you understand quicker.
-important to remember what’s written
Half hours methods
-by working on same things every day, it shouldn’t take long to remember thoughts from yesterday.
Anki
-online flashcards
-help you what to study and when to study it
-sleeping after study is good because sleeping will allow you to turn what you’ve learnt into long term
memory.
-the system decides what cards you will see. Cards you get right, it will take longer for you to return to it.
Those that you get frequently wrong will return often.
-The system asks you the questions right before you are about to forget the answer. Helps with memory
retention.
-made for long term learning.
Writing
-many people have an opinion of whether or not they are good at writing.
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