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Effect of Mnemonics on recall of French vocabulary as a Foreign Language

13 July 2018

Interested in finding new strategies to improve your memory, learn some French, and make £15 at the same time? Participants are needed for a Regent’s University London study exploring the effect of mnemonics on memory.
Part one of the two-part study will be held at Regent's University London, across Regent's Park (nearest tube station Baker Street) and is approx. 30 to 45 mins long. Part two will take approx. 10 mins and can either be taken at the university or via email.

Requirements

  • Between 18-50 years of age
  • Looking for someone with a College/A-levels (high school) or lower. If you have completed a University degree or are currently enrolled in University, you do not meet the criteria.
  • -Does not speak French (knows little to no French)
  • Please answer the following questions:
  • What is your current work?
  • Do you speak French or have ever taken a French a course?
  • How often have you been to France?
  • Do you have a learning disability?

Take part in this study

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the department of Psychology at Regent’s University London on 06, April 2016.

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