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56. Let's say you have a friend, Harriet, who is having trouble memorizing information for an anatomy class. The simplest and most helpful thing you could do would be to explain __________ to her.

 

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Let's say you have a friend, Harriet, who is having trouble memorizing information for an anatomy class. The simplest and most helpful thing you could do would be to explain __________ to her.

  1. mnemonics
  2. the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon
  3. consolidation
  4. repression.

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1. Mnemonics


   
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