mnemonic device


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Furthermore, this study compares choral responding with choral responding plus a mnemonic device to determine which strategy was more effective in increasing student learning.
Most notably, mnemonic devices are typically used to help hotline workers and counselors assess suicide risk factors and in turn assess suicide lethality.
1970), "Analysis of a Mnemonic Device," American Science, 58, 496-510.
A familiar tune, song or jingle, used as a mnemonic device is another popular memory aid.
Mizer, if you're reading, I want you to know I can never hear the word Dakar without also thinking of the mnemonic device you gave us in middle school to learn world capitals: "Send a gal to get the car" is how we remembered to connect Senegal to Dakar.
a helpful mnemonic device was designed to help us remember what to avoid: SALIGIA.
In addition, the first and last hard-edged letters of the name, "H" and "X" were added to the shield for design drama and to serve as a mnemonic device to enhance name retention.
Gray suggested using the mnemonic device SIG-E-CAPS, which represents the diagnostic elements of major depressive disorder: sleep, interest, guilt, energy, concentration, appetite, psychomotor activity, and suicidal ideation.
Gray suggested using the mnemonic device SIG-E-CAPS, which represents the diagnostic elements of major depressive order: sleep, interest, guilt, energy, concentration, appetite, psychomotor activity, and suicidal ideation.
With this new school year comes a new mnemonic device.
And the connection between the two goes back to how poetry was invented as a mnemonic device to enable people to remember their prayers--the rhyme and meter of prayer as poem.
Many times, a mnemonic device is used to assist students in remembering each step in the strategy.