Psych M.D. – Rehearsal


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Term: Rehearsal
Definition (Myers): The conscious repetition of information, either to maintain it in consciousness or to encode it for storage.
Definition (alternative): A rehearsal is a preparatory event in music and theatre (and in other contexts) that is performed before the official public performance, as a form of practice, and to ensure that all details of the performance are adequate for professional presentation. (Link)
Contextual explanation: In many cases, people have rehearsal to perform really well front of whole public. Rehearsal is repetition of information, and it helps to hold memory in people's brain. Many times of rehearsal will make better quality of cases.
Related terms and concepts:Encoding: Getting Information In & How We Encode
Short Term Memory
Improving Memory
Short Term Memory
Fear
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Related websites: Rehearsal
Universal Rehearsal
Technical Rehearsal
Rehearsal London
Edited by: Won-Jin



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