Science & Medicine:Medicine
Themes and Organization of Medical Memory Palaces with a Master of Memory Timothy Moser
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!
3:30 Discipline-based vs Systems-based Medicine and Medical Mnemonics
4:30 Mind Map Use for Organizing your Memory Palace & Spanish Language Examples to Structure Your Memory Palace
9:30 Using Themes to Structure your Medical Memory Palace
11:48 The Issue of Separating Discipline and Systems Knowledge & Integrating Knowledge of Different Learning Curriculum
13:30 Time Management: How to Spend your Dedicated Memory Practice Study Time
16:00 Handling Medical Terminology with Similar Names and Pronunciations
18:55 Can and Should We Make Mnemonics for Materials Already Learned?
22:50 Just Three Wishes
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