Thinking Memorably: Memory Hacks and the Language of System 1

  • March 22, 2014 · 10:00 AM
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Want to improve your memory in amazing ways? Join us for a 5 hour workshop with Brienne Strohl, who will discuss and demonstrate how to improve and enhance memory with mnemonic tools. 

Topics to include: 

- Building and using a memory palace 

- Systematically making your own thoughts more vivid 

- Systems for remembering sequences and numbers 

-and more! 

Registration is required and includes lunch! $10 for HCCO members, $5 for student-low income members, and $15 for non-members. 

Register here: https://humanistohio.wufoo.com/forms/memory-workshop/ 

Brienne Strohl works with the Center for Applied Rationality (CFAR), a non-profit organization dedicated to harnessing breakthroughs in the study of cognition to improve human decision-making. Brienne studied at Indiana University where she was president of the Philosophical Society. She has been a teacher, a musician, a dancer, a philosopher, a mathematician, and a science writer for NPR's A Moment of Science.

This event is hosted as part of Columbus Rationality. Rationality is about the science of reasoning, and acting effectively to meet your goals. 

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  • Amanda K. M.

    Hey Gang, I just registered and paid using the Wufoo form, but RSVPs are closed here. Just wanted to let you all know that I'll be there. :)

    1 · March 21, 2014

  • Jeff

    Sadly have to miss this due to work.

    March 4, 2014

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