There are many interesting knowledge that I learned about in this psychology class, that will help me a lot in the future. If I have to decide on one, I would say that one of the most useful things I learned in class was in the lectures about Memory. In class, we learned about different mnemonic techniques such as visualizing, the key word method, method of loci, and narrative technique. All the mnemonic techniques were pretty useful, but the method of loci (locations) was the one that I think will especially help me in the future. Method of loci is good for remembering a speech you have to do. First you memorize a sequence of objects, and then think of somewhere you know very well. And then imagine walking through the roads, and put the objects at places in the road/street/room. Visualize that image such as a window and correlate it with the point you want to make. This technique, I think will help me very much in the future, in presentations and speechs. Next semester, I'm going to be taking a public speaking class, and I'm going to use the method of loci all the time!