Translation of mnemonic in Spanish:


ayuda nemotécnica, n.

Pronunciation /nɪˈmɒnɪk//nəˈmɑnɪk/


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    ayuda nemotécnica feminine
    ayuda mnemotécnica feminine
    • When performing under divided attention at retrieval, an elaborate mnemonic may be produced at encoding and only partially accessed during retrieval.
    • It also makes a nice mnemonic for the various forms of election counterintelligence and disinformation.
    • The placement also made seeing the particulars of their relationship - they were perpendicular to each other, for instance - another mnemonic exercise.
    • Mike was given a chart that contained the three-step strategy and a mnemonic for SPACE.
    • To facilitate writing a question that will allow the student to seek out best evidence, use the teaching mnemonic PICO.
    • The tricolour is portrayed as a mnemonic of the country, which once stood for sacrifice, peace and fertility, and also as a country today fragmented by divisive political and religious forces.
    • I'll only say that we did have a mnemonic base, and now that we've changed to another combo, we still use a mnemonic.
    • Short, succinct, and easy to remember - a mnemonic.
    • S.T.O.P. refers to the survival mnemonic for Stop, Think, Observe and Plan.
    • A potentially helpful mnemonic for giving the diagnosis is ‘THREE’: time, hope, repetition, empathy and education.
    • It offered a succinct mnemonic for the significance invested in the engraving by Durer.
    • Its database can be searched, browsed, and also enhanced with donations of other suitable mnemonics.
    • The NO SPECS mnemonic often is used as a scoring system for severity of eye change.
    • The pocket guideline also features algorithms, tables and a treatment mnemonic.
    • Because we sometimes learn and remember best through the use of mnemonics I have created the following mental touchstones.
    • They group together relevant action and zone modifiers into a single mnemonic.
    • Though the four-syllable line is common in t'ai chi mnemonics as well, the pattern is not nearly as regular as in the pa kua verses.
    • PEST (standing for political, economic, social, and technological change) roughly defines the scope of what is required but the word PEST is no more than a convenient mnemonic.
    • The DREAMS mnemonic can help make the diagnosis when it is being considered.
    • As the CORE mnemonic device shows, it's all up to you.


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    • The second is that the mnemonic power of a life-size naturalistic effigy vivifies the presence of the dead during the second-burial ceremony, enabling mourners to treat the image as if it were alive.
    • She showed no evidence of using the mnemonic strategies she had practiced to help her solve the problems.
    • The ‘young kids’ who ‘want to be them’ are provided with a mnemonic template to ensure that the desired identification is further solidified.
    • They are forms of memory, mnemonic devices that encode the history of and knowledge about particular initiations.
    • Photographs, for him, are mnemonic fields, but (as they are spatial cuts, not temporally extensive) they are inevitably severed from an immediate context.
    • When adjusted for differences in overall mnemonic ability, we demonstrate that the relationship between organization and learning remains invariant with normal aging.
    • This is so because their differences in mnemonic ability put them on a different scale.
    • But they also derived some very arcane and bizarre mnemonic devices with emblems or symbols that were meant to represent aspects of the Catholic faith.
    • Instructional materials for each strategy include mnemonic charts, graphic organizers, charts for graphing student progress, practice materials, reward certificates, and bulletin board ideas.
    • As London like other cities grew, in the eighteenth century into a city of secular institutions as well as churches, the possibilities for different mnemonic relationships proliferated.
    • It would appear that the parallel with medieval mnemonic techniques can only partially be justified.
    • Long ago, the U.S. Army developed a special mnemonic reporting format for combat information: SALUTE, meaning size, activity, location, unit, time, and equipment.
    • This symbol has a mnemonic function as one of the four injunctions of the Hoa Hao faith is to recognise one's debt to humanity.
    • In this way it resonates with her own work, thematising and literalising mnemonic fragments and inscriptions - making conscious what has been unconscious or repressed.
    • I thought, too, of mnemonic devices in memory palaces - but it is the power of language, with all its mysterious associations, that I was advocating.
    • The five ‘R's’ of the model (receive, relate, reflect, refine, and reconstruct) are a mnemonic device to represent the major areas of the experiential learning model.
    • Metrical speech not only produces some heightened form of attention that increases mnemonic retention; it also seems to provide innate physical pleasure in both the auditor and orator.
    • Many kinds of mnemonic devices are based on this principle, such as the sentence codes you learned as a child to represent the notes of the treble clef or the rhymes that represent spelling rules.
    • Her poems often have a hip-hop feel, emphasizing repetition and the mnemonic power of the spoken word.
    • The mnemonic power of poetry - the rhythmic organization of words as an aid to memory - however, is central, if not indispensable, to the transmission of a tradition in an oral society.
    • In this work, imagery is presented literally as a backdrop, reinforcing the mnemonic power of the artist's presence rather than representing it.
    • In fact, we can improve memory with mnemonic devices.
    • To me, this isn't the occasional mnemonic hiccup, it's a cognitive hacking cough.
    • That is, attaching a story or other mnemonic device to what is to be recalled improves our memory.
    • In other words, abstract, objective, and analytical thought reflects a literate society, and concrete, formulaic, and mnemonic thinking marks an oral culture.