1A system of memory training originally devised by the Pelman Institute for the Scientific Development of Mind, Memory, and Personality in London in the 1920s.
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- I practised yoga and took postal courses in self-improvement and hypnotism, which I think was called Pelmanism.
- There were lots of self-educating books, home encyclopedias, home university courses, Pelmanism manuals, self-improvement tracts - volumes that were all in the grand, glass-fronted bookcase.
- To thousands Pelmanism has been the means of greater success in life.
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