Definition of mnemonics in English:

mnemonics

Line breaks: mne|mon¦ics
Pronunciation: /nɪˈmɒnɪks
 
, niː-/

noun

[usually treated as singular]
The study and development of systems for improving and assisting the memory.
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  • Bruno then travelled to Toulouse in France, where he lectured on Aristotle's De anima and wrote a book on mnemonics - systems of memory training.
  • In short, mnemonics and rote memory aren't the only way to learn.
  • Read the rest of this fascinating profile and I suspect that, like me, you'll come away with an appreciation of Card and a desire to learn more about the Riccian method of mnemonics.

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