Memory palaces – learning science

A memory palace is a type of memory technique where you imagine a physical location to help you remember more abstract information. The reason that memory palaces work is that our brains are better at remembering images and locations, as opposed to abstract things like names and numbers. Let’s start with an example to show

Does Photographic Memory Exist?

This episode is brought to you by Squarespace. [INTRO] It’s 2 AM on a Wednesday night — well, technically, it’s Thursday morning — and you’re still studying. You’re on your third mug of tea, your eyes are starting to blur, and no matter what you do, you just can’t get the stuff you need to