gta5 Memory palace

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#1 17 March, 2017 - 22:39
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gta5 Memory palace


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18 March, 2017 - 08:17
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Is it working for you? Normally it would be WAY too dense, even with GMS/pmemory approach to memory palaces, I think. I don't play games, but maybe you can just walk along this street (starting from 'snow man') and use different stores and objects, to make it more real and obvious for future recall.

18 March, 2017 - 08:51
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Thank you for pointing out. How many places are appropriate? I have to memorize 300 words a day and two images in one place would be good? Or is one image good in one place?

18 March, 2017 - 08:51
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18 March, 2017 - 09:24
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There are different views on that. Typically about 20-30 locis per palace/journey is optimal in my opinion and it's better to simply create more palaces. But if you really know some place perfectly (like your house or street to work/school/whatever) then you can create many more locis without worrying too much about clutter. Nelson Dellis created 200 locis per journey for competition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEmpmmFVBls
Some people like to have one image, some people prefer more images linked by story, it's matter of personal preference. Do it in different ways, test yourself and find your own style :)

18 March, 2017 - 10:36
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Thank you :)

18 March, 2017 - 13:55
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I'd too space it out a bit more, it can be a bit chaotic.

Now, I too got places with loci near eachother, because in that palace it tends to work for me. If it works for you in this palace, go for it. If it doesn't seem to work, don't hammer on trying to make it work.

I too got a few palaces from GTA 5, mainly the houses and offices, that all works great for me. They got great designs in their homes.

23 March, 2017 - 01:24
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In the beginning I definitely needed a lot of space. But with more practice I need less space between loci. Also, depends on how well I know the location and what I am memorising. If I'm just memorising single objects like a shopping list then I don't need much space, but vocabulary with a definition needs more room for that.

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