Of course, Wikipedia writers comes through again. At the bottom of this free encyclopedia article is a list of memorization techniques.
The list also links to each memory method and how each one works, such as the Major system, the Method of Loci, the Link system, and the Peg system.
If you need help remembering things right now, you can try a couple of the methods explained in Wikipedia. As a suggestion, use a method that you feel comfortable with and feel free to change the method to words that work for you.
If you need faster results now, then a more effective way would be through a memory training program such as Memory Champion Ron White's Training Program at http://x.vu/ronwhitememorytraining
Elaboration and repetition are the most common ways of creating the personal interaction. Daily repetition of activities can improve short term memory.
Jonnie Oah's insight:
The Brain Coach Answers article in this site is worth taking note of...
It explains the most basic memory method for a truly effective way to remember anything - call it the Attention memory method.
You've heard this dozens of times in your life - "pay attention" -
If you really want to stop being forgetful or want an easier way to learn, then read this article several times until it has meaning to you.
You've probably tried repetition by going over and over it to memorize.
This resource shows you How To pay attention using Elaboration and Engagement, which are better ways to repeat information than trying to remember through meaningless repetition effort, and hopefully making your tummy feel better too.
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Jonnie Oah's insight:
Remember what scuba means? S.C.U.B.A. is an acronym.
This site reminds us of how to use Acronyms, Acrostics, Rhymes, and Songs as methods for memorization.
Although this site is a few years old and somewhat dated, it has a lot of noteworthy information on the brain and memory processing, such as encoding, retention, binaural beat audio signals, and concepts and theories.
You may find yourself spending more time on this site than expected...
PEMDAS - acronym for math order of operations...Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction
and made into an acrostic "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally"
If you are searching for a hands-on memory manual to start learning now, this Memory Course manual - by Nishant Kasibhatla, winner of the 2003 World Memory Championship - provides memory training to remember:
names and faces,
as well as methods for students to learn science, math, and reading.
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