This issue includes activating your recall for designs and using association to remember words. Word recall is the memory skill you call upon to remember your grocery list, or what someone said to you. It may not be so obvious why we need to remember designs, but think about remembering diagrams, maps, or pictures. It is a skill that underlies all sorts of things we do every day.
You will discover our Brain Wake Up segments, with puzzles to exercise all parts of your brain – you will find more about your brain, too!
It is a good idea to diary the time you spend on Memory Tune, making a note of extra times during the day you practise the exercises. Then you will have an idea of how much time it has taken you to establish new memory habits.
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Remember, these are skills you are developing. Don’t worry if it doesn’t all happen at once!
Dr. Allison Lamont and Gillian Eadie
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