|About the Book|
Do you need to memorize the parts of the brain for a test? Then you need some serious mnemonics.Using the keyword mnemonic technique, Ive created wacky images and memory devices that you wont find anywhere else.The mnemonics cover almost everyMoreDo you need to memorize the parts of the brain for a test? Then you need some serious mnemonics.Using the keyword mnemonic technique, Ive created wacky images and memory devices that you wont find anywhere else.The mnemonics cover almost every bold term you’ll find in the biology chapter of an intro psychology textbook. Youll find:* Crazy Images: 34 wacky images that will stick in your head long enough to do well on a test (probably a long time after that).* Concept Maps: These maps will help you get the big picture.* Flashcards: each mnemonic contains a brief description of the role of that body part (ex: “The medulla is responsible for…..”).You’ll have fun with these mnemonic images. This book represents hundreds of hours of crafting crazy ideas into crazy memorable images. If you’re struggling to remember all those parts of the brain and the neuron.* “The mnemonics helped me on a human biology test and a social work test. The most helpful (and memorable) was Freud Tore his Pants Off. The mnemonics for the amygdala and hypothalamus also were particularly useful. In all, the low price of your handout and its quality made it quite a steal.” – K.S.* “I was really helped by your mnemonics cards! There was so much to memorize, and I can’t thank you enough. Let’s see, what was most helpful…or what is really sticking…Core-Tex, Cerebellum, Amygdala, Hal & Amos. Really – yours were great! I went back to school after maybe 15 years since graduate school, and my daughter, who is 8, helped a lot. Let me tell you how much fun we had with your cards! We ended up discussing the parts of the brain using the cards, and the images are so helpful.” – G.A.* “All of the images were inspired. I think the real reason they worked for me is that since learning can only happen in the absence of fear, the fact that they were funny (not just memorable) removed the tension and the images stuck. I felt like I had an ace up my sleeve.” – R.N.* “They absolutely helped me. I read through them once and remembered almost all of them the first time. I made an A on the psychology test and then later in the semester I needed some for Biology. I reviewed them once again to refresh and it was all easy to recall. I also made an A on the Biology test. Thank you:)” – A.A.