Lecture 5: A Memory Worth Keeping - Film: After Life

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Skills You'll Learn

Psychology, Term (Time), Semantics, Personal Development

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Feb 6, 2021

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This is a great course.I'm a film lover and a psychology student.This method of learning [learning through movies] more effect than the usual learning. Hope to see more courses like this in future.

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Mar 9, 2017

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As the course has included movies to explain important concepts, it never gets boring. As a result a link is maintained throughout. It is a small course giving a great understanding about memory.

From the lesson

Making Long Lasting Memories

Memory’s main purpose is to facilitate future thinking. But to plan successful future actions, effective strategies for learning and retention are needed. Some strategies are highly effective for producing long lasting memories, others are not.

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    John Seamon

    Professor Emeritus

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