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Trial Two: Eidetic MemorizationPart One: Learn the wordsLearn these 10 randomly generated word pairings using eidetic memory. For each pair, try to come up with a vivid mental picture that associates the two words.Do this for five minutes.PromptResponseSentenceFixtureDancerLeaseParticleBalanceSouthAidsScheduleEntertainmentGameTantrumShoulderPrincipalShoppingCatchPhoneDriftCliffMindFor one minute, try not to think about the word pairings. After the break, go on to the next page to test your recall.
Part Two: Test your recallIn the “Response” column, complete the word pairing. Go in order and do not go back to earlier answers.PromptResponseShoulderPrincipal SentenceShoppingCatch SouthAids DancerLease ParticleBalance GameTantrum CliffMind PhoneDrift ScheduleEntertainment After at least 24 hours, go on to the next page to retest your recall for both trials.
Trial Three: Long-Term MemorizationPart Three: Retest your recall—rote memorizationIn the “Response” column, complete the word pairing. Go in order and do not go back to earlier answers.PromptResponseAwardConscienceMoleFair GlanceGardner AttainmentCarWindow TranslationMessPlantTrophyYou can take a break at this point before moving on to the next page.
Part Four: Retest your recall—eidetic memorizationIn the “Response” column, complete the word pairing. Go in order and do not go back to earlier answers.PromptResponsePhoneDrift ParticleCliffMind GameTantrum SouthAids ScheduleEntertainment ShoulderPrincipal DancerLease ShoppingCatch Sentence
Part Five: Experiment dataRecord your results using the chart below.Memorization techniqueRoteEideticCorrect number of words after one minute5 9 Correct number of words after 24 hours3 8
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