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How can i have or develop a photographic memory?

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Dr. Ana Adelstein
Clinical Psychology 28 years experience
Active Learning: The harder you make your brain work to relate and group facts, the more likely you'll be to remember them. Some things to try: (a) create visual representations of the facts. (b) use vivid imagery and make up ridiculous or funny stories using the facts. (c) create acronyms using the facts or make up rhymes/songs with them. (d) keep track of which facts you know and don't. (e) google "mnemonics.".

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