Temporal encoding strategies result in boosts to final free recall performance comparable to spatial ones

@article{Bouffard2018TemporalES,
  title={Temporal encoding strategies result in boosts to final free recall performance comparable to spatial ones},
  author={Nichole R. Bouffard and Jared Stokes and Hannah J Kramer and Arne D. Ekstrom},
  journal={Memory & Cognition},
  year={2018},
  volume={46},
  pages={17-31}
}
The method of loci is a highly effective mnemonic that recruits existing salient memory for spatial locations and uses the information as a scaffold for remembering a list of items (Yates, 1966). One possible account for the effectiveness of the spatial method of loci comes from the perspective that it utilizes evolutionarily preserved mechanisms for spatial navigation within the hippocampus (Maguire et al. in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 97(8), 4398–4403, 2000; O’Keefe… CONTINUE READING
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