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Chapter 8. KEY FUNCTION #4 SUBSTITUTION > AUTHOR’S RESPONSE— SUBSTITUTION EXERC...

AUTHOR’S RESPONSE— SUBSTITUTION EXERCISE

Following are some examples of substitution mnemonics. It doesn’t matter if yours were different so long as they allowed you to visualize a substitution example which helped you remember the key word.

  1. Interest— % percentage symbol

  2. Selection— Imagine yourself selecting an object you like such as a piece of candy from an assorted box of chocolates.

  3. Attention— Think of a soldier standing at attention.

  4. Understanding— Picture a person under a stand.

  5. Intention to Remember— Imagine a person in a tent with a light bulb over his or her head.)

  6. Confidence— Picture a person with their chest out.

  7. Ego— See an “E” on top of a Go sign.

  8. Association— Imagine an association you belong to.

  9. Background— Think about someone lying on their back on the ground.

  10. Organization— Picture an organization chart, or an open file drawer that is organized.

  11. Practice— Imagine someone practicing on a musical instrument or practicing a sport.


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