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Accelerated Learning for Medicine and Higher Education. Mnemonics, Memory Palaces, Speed Reading, Study Hacks, Mind Maps and More!

Accelerated Learning for Medicine and Higher Education. Mnemonics, Memory Palaces, Speed Reading, Study Hacks, Mind Maps and More!
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Accelerated Learning for Medicine and Higher Education. Mnemonics, Memory Palaces, Speed Reading, Study Hacks, Mind Maps and More!

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Mistakes and Proper Design of Spaced Repetition for Graduate Education (Medical Students, Physician Assistant Students, and Nursing Students)

4/16/2019
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Spacing out your retrieval studies can be complicated. There are many questions revolving around this topic, and no two sources seem to fully agree on what an "optimal" spacing effect may be...if it exists at all. My interview with the Learning Scientist, Dr. Megan Sumeracki, covered the basics of the research behind these topics. Here are the lessons I've learned over the years, and my recommended spaced repetition rules. 1:50 What is "Retrieval Practice" and how do we use it...

Duration:00:14:47

Peg System Memory Training and Creativity for Medical Students

4/10/2019
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Why should you learn the peg system? Will it help you with your academic studies? These and other questions and concerns will be covered in today’s episode! The Peg System is a versatile mnemonic system for remembering small strings of numbers. However, this system can also work to develop your foundational skills for more complex memory techniques. Here we will cover some of my philosophy on the Peg System, variations to it, and go over two examples of how to implement your pegs in a...

Duration:00:16:37

BREAKING NEWS: InsideTheBoards Phone App Release on iOS

4/7/2019
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Listen to our Podcasts, Audio Q-bank, and medical student Meditations section. Get the ITB phone app here!

Duration:00:01:31

Top Memory Mistakes and Deliberate Practice

4/2/2019
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Today we are covering some of the most common mistakes and misconceptions when using mnemonics for studying. Memory training is a tool and a skill. It must be practiced, experimented with, and cultivated. There are no people with “bad memory”, but many with untrained memory. If you have tried memory techniques in the past and run into trouble, or found that a technique didn’t work for you, I will try to clarify some of the common pitfalls. I also briefly touch on using deliberate practice...

Duration:00:11:35

Medical Mnemonics and Spacing Effect with Osmosis Leader Dr. Yifan Xiao

3/26/2019
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Dr. Yifan Xiao of Osmosis joins us to discuss creating memory palaces for medical students and spaced repetition. Osmosis hosts dozens of free medical animation and educational videos, as well as a premium subscription for their other study materials. As the Director of Script Writing, Dr. Xiao explains some of the current learning methodologies utilized within Osmosis content, and the future direction of using Memory Palaces and Mind Maps in medical education. Intro to Osmosis and Dr....

Duration:00:29:00

Durable Learning Strategies with the Learning Geek's Jake Gittleson

3/19/2019
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A Learning Geek joins us to talk nerdy about learning! Jake Gittleson joins us to discuss how Mindset and Learning Ecosystems play a pivotal part in our learning success. We also cover how mental representations and making material personally relevant has a great impact on the lasting nature of what we learn. As a Learning Strategist, Jake helps organizations and individuals implement the best learning techniques into their programs for maximum efficiency. We explore some concrete examples...

Duration:00:30:07

Overcoming Learning Challenges in Medicine from Dr. Barbara Oakley

3/13/2019
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Dr. Barbara Oakley is a renown instructor, author, and online course creator. Today she covers memory sciences and common pitfalls that medical students should be aware of. There are strong links between sleep and long-term neurodevelopment, which she will explain in greater detail. Despite your natural memory abilities compared to your peers, there are ways to even the playing field. Today’s discussion will elaborate on the scheduling and resource utilization needed to maximize your...

Duration:00:32:39

Guide to Memory Palaces with the Magnetic Memory Method & Anthony Metivier- Part 2

3/5/2019
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Continuing with last episode, Dr. Metivier discusses memory palace pitfalls and techniques to improve your practice. He offers a step by step process to strengthen your mnemonics chops! Anthony has interviewed dozens of the top experts on memory training, memory champions, mind maps, and many accelerated learning techniques. He offers a free course (see the link below), as well as per personal training via his for-pay courses. By using some of these simple strategies, you can implement...

Duration:00:29:20

Memory and Mental Health with the Magnetic Memory Method's Dr. Anthony Metivier

2/26/2019
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In the first part of this interview, we have Dr. Anthony Metivier of the Magnetic Memory Method (MMM). He explains how memory training may be linked to positive mental health outcomes, and how to create your own “magnetic” memory palaces. We cover the many ways our daily activities effect our memories, and how to maximize your memory in medical school. This list contains Affiliate Links for Magnetic Memory Method materials. Thanks for your support! Intro 1:25 What makes the Method...

Duration:00:33:52

The Six Strategies of Effective Learning with Learning Scientist, Dr. Megan Sumeracki

2/19/2019
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You WILL NOT want to miss this episode covering the evidence-based learning strategies that are proven to be the most effecting study methods. On today’s show, Dr. Megan Sumeracki will teach us about Spacing, Retrieval, Interleaving, Elaboration, Dual-coding, and Concrete Examples. Using these methods are a proven way to make your study time more efficient. Intro 2:16 The Learning Scientists Podcast & Bi-directional Communication 4:13 The Importance of Learning Research as...

Duration:00:41:47

Memory Training and Emotional Intelligence for Test Preparation with Howard Berg- Part 2

2/12/2019
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Welcome back to Part 2 of the interview with Speed Reading record holder, Howard Berg. In continuing on with the last episode on Speed Learning, Mr. Berg discusses his Peg System for remembering numbers, tips for asking for advice in school, and how to create "state" conditioning. These conditioned responses can be used to keep calm under pressure, just like the Green Berets he has trained. Part 2 0:54 Memory Techniques and the Peg System 5:50 Turning Numbers into Pictures 7:10 What is...

Duration:00:21:04

Speed Learning with Guinness World Speed Reading Record Holder Howard Berg

2/5/2019
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This interview is with Speed Learning instructor and record holder, Howard Berg. Here, he covers increasing your reading and comprehension for increased retention. This is the first in a set of interview topics to improve your leaving through memory and emotional intelligence. 0:50 Intro to Howard Berg, Speed Reading Record Holder 2:40 Advanced Reading at a Young Age 4:30 Controversy around Speed Reading, and how to use with Brain-based learning, Emotional Intelligence, and Memory...

Duration:00:28:47

Visual Marker Creation & Journey Method w/ Nelson Dellis: Climb4Memory, 4x US Memory Champion, and Author

1/28/2019
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Nelson Delis explains what got him into memory training, winning the US Championship 3x, and why he started Climb4Memory! He will walk you through a step-by-step example of the Journey/Linking Method for remembering the first few presidents. This is a great tool for remembering items that require sequential ordering, and can be implemented to any science and medicine topic as well! 0:00 Introduction 1:30 Nelson explores Alzheimer’s researched and Climb4Memory 2:40 Memory Training may grow...

Duration:00:25:38

Advanced Memory Techniques with Mullen Memory

1/21/2019
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This episode is part 2 of a great interview with the creators of Mullen Memory, Alex Mullen and Cathy Chen. For the introduction about them, their organization, and basic tips for creating memory palaces, please go back and listen to the Part 1 of this series. This episode will cover some more advanced techniques. I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did! add a few seconds for the introduction 1:10 Solutions for complex material in memory palaces 3:00 Memory Palace worksheet 4:55...

Duration:00:23:21

Memory Palaces basics w/ Mullen Memory’s Alex Mullen & Cathy Chen

1/14/2019
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Alex Mullen and Cathy Chen are Co-founders of Mullen Memory & Simple Civics This is Part 1 of a two-part interview. Please stay tuned for the follow-up next week! 0:60 Introductions 2:00 Mullen Memory 4:30 Alex’s Memory History and Championships 5:45 Cathy Memory History 7:00 How Memory Techniques Helped in Medical School 9:33 The Why and How of Memory Palaces 12:55 Memory Roadblocks and How to Avoid 16:00 Retrieval Practice and Spacing 19:05 Using Anki for Spaced...

Duration:00:21:01

Flashcards and Study Hacks with Medical School 2.0 author Dr. David Larson

1/7/2019
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This episode with Medical School 2.0 author Dr. David Larson will cover how to make flashcards and other study hacks for study efficiency. 0:42 Introduction Education Background: Brown University, Fulbright Fellowship, USC School of Medicine, Alpha Omega Alpha Merit ScholarshipPhilanthropy: Worked for Grassroots Public Health Program in IndiaTED Vancouver 2/2016 6:10 Dr. Larson’s Medical School Experience 9:50 Flashcard Style and How-To 14:00 Personal vs Pre-made Flashcards 15:58...

Duration:00:30:56

0- Medical Mnemonist Podcast Trailer

12/6/2018
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Upcoming episodes will include interviews and training sessions from experts in memory and accelerated learning, including: Mind Maps Visual Markers Study Hacks Speedreading Memory Palaces and so much more! Join the Facebook group, Medical Mnemonist Master Mind. Find our Medical Micro Course, Blog posts, and Podcasts at FreeMedEd.org!

Duration:00:03:22