Semantic memory

This is the specific memory type, which, in contrast to others, operates not with images and pictures, but with strict rules, symbols and words - with objects and events of the surrounding world. This type of memory is based on generalization of our knowledge. During learning, we pass the way from perception of images to perception of symbols. Math formulas and texts of books, symbols and signs live in the semantic memory.

Why is it useful to train
semantic memory?

Development of semantic working memory not only helps to memorize texts and formulas, but also affects abstract and logic thinking, increasing intelligence quotient.

Games, educational semantic memory

Here is a sequence of numbers. You need to memorize the entire sequence and compare the number on the last card with the previous one; the answer is given by pressing "yes" / "no".
Remember the letters and reproduce them. You can use the keyboard.
On the field, there is an object whose property you need to specify as quickly as possible by pressing the Yes / No buttons. You can use the arrow keys on the keyboard.
Try to correctly associate the meaning of the word on the left and the color of the word on the right, regardless to its name. You can use the arrow keys on the keyboard.

We have collected the best practices, useful techniques and exercises for the rapid development of memory. Spending a few minutes a day, you can develop the ability to effectively memorize even complex information.

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