How Picmonic Empowers Nursing Students to Build Higher-Order Thinking Skills
The Science of Memory: A Three-Part Process
The brain processes electrical signals converted from external stimuli. Audio-visual cues, images, oddities, or humor make the encoding easier.
The brain finds ways to keep the information using acronyms, phonetic and visual cues, or by association with another visual.
The brain leverages techniques such as using flashcards or quizzes or having someone ask questions out loud to recall information.
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