We all need a little help when learning to create our own mnemonics and memory palaces. It can be difficult to apply a strategy that you previously used successfully to a new topic or area of study. Luckily, we have a Master of Memory here to guide us: Timothy Moser. Author, Spanish instructor, and podcaster, Timothy has taught hundreds of people how to use memory palaces to learn new materials. Timothy, it’s great to have you hear today!
Discipline-based vs Systems-based Medicine and Medical Mnemonics
Mind Map Use for Organizing your Memory Palace & Spanish Language Examples to Structure Your Memory Palace
Using Themes to Structure your Medical Memory Palace
The Issue of Separating Discipline and Systems Knowledge & Integrating Knowledge of Different Learning Curriculum
Time Management: How to Spend your Dedicated Memory Practice Study Time
Handling Medical Terminology with Similar Names and Pronunciations
Can and Should We Make Mnemonics for Materials Already Learned?
Just Three Wishes