TTC Video – Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory
6xWEBRip | English | MP4 | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~1904 kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC | 96 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 03:07:10 | 2.63 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Self Improvement
Tap into your brain’s hidden potential and increase your memory capacity with this brief and effective course taught by a professor of Psychology.
0: Course Trailer
1: Your Amazing Prehistoric Memory
2: Encoding Information with Images
3: Maximizing Short- and Long-Term Memory
4: Why and When We Forget
5: Keeping Your Whole Brain in Peak Condition
6: Human Memory Is Reconstruction, Not Replay
About Peter M. Vishton
Dr. Peter M. Vishton is Associate Professor of Psychology at The College of William & Mary. He earned his Ph.D. in Psychology and Cognitive Science from Cornell University. Before joining the faculty of William & Mary, he taught at Northwestern University and served as the program director for developmental and learning sciences at the National Science Foundation. A consulting editor for the journal Child Development, Professor Vishton has published articles in many of the top journals in the field of psychology. Among these are Psychological Science, Science, and the Journal of Experimental Psychology. He is also the creator of the DVD What Babies Can Do: An Activity-Based Guide to Infant Development. In addition to teaching, Professor Vishton devotes much of his career to researching the perception and action control of both infants and adults. His studies-funded by prestigious institutions, including the National Institute of Child Health and Development and the National Science Foundation-focus on cognitive, perceptual, and motor development; visually guided action; visual perception; computational vision and motor control; and human-computer interface. Professor Vishton has presented his findings at numerous conferences and invited talks throughout the United States and Europe.