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9.. BACKGROUND OF EXPERIENCE

It is important to have background experience or knowledge to help form associations. It can be difficult to understand anything that stands alone. Isolated events have limited meaning. One way to improve your memory about a subject is to learn more about the background of that subject. For example, the limited background you have received thus far from reading this book has improved your knowledge about how the memory works and your ability to form associations.

For example, list five things you’ve learned thus far about memory from this book:


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