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

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Psychology, Term (Time), Semantics, Personal Development

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KK

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one of the best course I did on Coursera. I really love learning memory and psychology at the same time. the examples given are really just awesome. One useful course during this COVID-19 pandemic.

MP

Mar 18, 2017

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This was a fascinating course and the movie content he used was amazing. I would like to look into it further and am hoping there was a similar course or an extra course to expand on the content.

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.

Taught By

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    John Seamon

    Professor Emeritus

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