Memorize the Brain Quickly
by: Boots and Eddy Productions • 13
Studying for the AP psych test? The EPPP? Frustrated? Pulling your hair out trying to memorize what the medulla does, or what the difference is between an MRI and a PET?
This app has ALSO been used by students studying for the GRE and CLEP test as well as biology and anatomy tests - any test that requires students to memorize the key parts of the brain, neurons, neurotransmitters or brain scans.
There is no other app like this one. Developed by a Ph.D. psychologist, psychology teacher and host of extremely popular The Psych Files podcast, this app will help you remember the parts of the brain, the neurons, brain scans, and neurotransmitters in minutes - not hours.
• 35 mnemonics (including parts of the neuron, 4 neurotransmitters and 5 types of brain scans)
• An audio option for on-the-go listening!
• An index to quickly find what you’re looking for
Over a hundred thousand students of psychology, nursing, biology and other majors have use these mnemonics to quickly memorize the parts - and function - of the brain, neurons, and neurotransmitters.
Created by a college psychology professor and host of The Psych Files podcast.
Brain Mnemonics contains 35 images - some bizarre, some humorous - to help you do this memorization.
The well-established mnemonic device called the “keyword technique” is used to create these images.
Covered in Brain Mnemonics:
Lobes of the Brain:
* Acronym to help you remember the four lobes
* Occipital Lobe
* Parietal Lobe
* Frontal Lobe
* Broca’s Area
* Wernicke’s Area
* Reticular Formation
* Myelin Sheath
* Nodes of Ranvier
* Synaptic Vesicles
* Glial cells
* Resting and Action Potential
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous System
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