Use mnemonic devices to accommodate memory abilities
Mnemonic devices are techniques a person can use to help them improve their ability to remember something. It’s a simple shortcut that helps us associate the information we want to remember with an image, a sentence, or a word.
Discussion by Disabilities
Cognitive, Language, Learning Disabilities & Low Literacy
Defining and setting mnemonics for complex actions help people with cognitive disabilities better associate information.
Related Research and Papers
- Mnemonic Devices and Memory Schemas - Francis S. Bellezza
- Mnemonic devices and natural memory - Francis S. Bellezza, B. Goverdhan Reddy
- Mnemonic Devices: Classification, Characteristics, and Criteria - Francis S. Bellezza
- Method of communication using pointing vector gestures and mnemonic devices to assist in learning point vector gestures - Seth R. McCloud
- Using a Mnemonic to Aid in the Recall of Unfamiliar Information - Sharon Chazin, Joseph S. Neuschatz
- Mnemonic-Device Instruction with Adults - Francis S. Bellezza
- Analysis of a Mnemonic Device: Modern psychology uncovers the powerful components of an ancient system for improving memory - Gordon H. Bower