Recent Memory articles.
Does reading out loud cause you to remember things better?
Reading out loud is an effective strategy to remember things better because it creates associative memory. Learn how to apply this method to studying!
The relationship between dreaming, learning, and memory
Sleeping prepares our minds for future learning: studies show that dreaming has a major influence on learning and even memory consolidation.
Do mnemonics and other memorization techniques really work?
Learning large amounts of new information can be easier if you use mnemonics for memorization. But be careful you're not wasting your time!
Teachers: Why rote memorization is more important than you think
Some people argue that memorizing information isn't as useful as other activities. They're wrong. Here's why we should not dismiss the drill & practice learning method.