Download Memorize the Brain apk update free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 30.0 MB
Studying for the AP psych test? The EPPP? Frustrated? Pulling your hair out trying to memorize what the medulla does, or what the difference is between an MRI and a PET?
This app has ALSO been used by students studying for the GRE and CLEP test as well as biology and anatomy tests - any test that requires students to memorize the key parts of the brain, neurons, neurotransmitters or brain scans.
There is no other app like this one. Developed by a Ph.D. psychologist, psychology teacher and host of extremely popular The Psych Files podcast, this app will help you remember the parts of the brain, the neurons, brain scans, and neurotransmitters in minutes - not hours.
• 35 mnemonics (including parts of the neuron, 4 neurotransmitters and 5 types of brain scans)
• An audio option for on-the-go listening!
• An index to quickly find what you’re looking for
Over a hundred thousand students of psychology, nursing, biology and other majors have use these mnemonics to quickly memorize the parts - and function - of the brain, neurons, and neurotransmitters.
Created by a college psychology professor and host of The Psych Files podcast.
Brain Mnemonics contains 35 images - some bizarre, some humorous - to help you do this memorization.
The well-established mnemonic device called the “keyword technique” is used to create these images.
Covered in Brain Mnemonics:
Lobes of the Brain:
* Acronym to help you remember the four lobes
* Occipital Lobe
* Parietal Lobe
* Frontal Lobe
* Broca’s Area
* Wernicke’s Area
* Reticular Formation
* Myelin Sheath
* Nodes of Ranvier
* Synaptic Vesicles
* Glial cells
* Resting and Action Potential
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous System
Updated to improve stability
Boots and Eddy Productions part of our Education and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update May 8, 2015. Google play rating is 40.0. Current verison is update. Actual size 30.0 MB.
Brain Mnemonics There is misleading incorrect information. And the free site has almost as much info.
Interesting! But Not detailed, low level It makes learning about the brain fun. The audio part is more like a webinar of the professor reading the flash cards. This app is intended for those studying for the high-school Ap psychology exam. Not EPPP. Four stars, cause for free you could watch a YouTube video and get a free app to do almost the same thing. I did like the highlighted words and the interesting animations and mnemonics