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In this exercise, the user must memorize a list of words and then recall the memorized words from several lists.
The main brain region involved is the left temporal lobe. The functions of the left temporal lobe include low-level perception, sound processing, comprehension, naming, verbal memory, and other language functions such as the meanings of words.
The hippocampus is the center for memory in the brain, with connections throughout the brain to key cognitive regions. Broca’s area in the left frontal lobe is responsible for language production while Wernicke’s area in the left temporal lobe is responsible for language comprehension.
These two important language areas have connections to the hippocampus. The user will have to engage these memory and language areas of the brain to develop effective strategies to memorize, recognize, and recall words.
Elephant memory requires the user to remember and then find the memorized words in a list. We use these same skills when we are remembering a shopping list, recalling tasks someone gave us, or remembering the name of a favorite product in the store.
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