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Master Thesis

L’impact de la stimulation multi-sensorielle sur la mémorisation à long terme

Abstract : Several neurosciences researches have shown that multisensory context facilitates memory formation and retrieval. This ability is different for everyone and depends on our sensibility to stimulus or a specific event. Indeed we have grown by different events so that everyone has its own values to every event. It has been also shown that an association between senses and information during formation of memory provides stronger nervous responses with sensitive people when memory is retrieve. We want to determine if a multisensory context at school enhances memory performances on long term. Our study was led on 67 fifteen years old teenagers in biology course. Results have shown that multisensory context is beneficial in retrieval of memory only if the sense is not already associated with another piece of information. This efficacy changes with people and depends on affection we have for the information. To conclude multisensory stimulation enhances cognition abilities, it catches attention with affection and the association of sense and information.
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Alexandra Prunier. L’impact de la stimulation multi-sensorielle sur la mémorisation à long terme. Education. 2015. ⟨dumas-01280883⟩