One of the chapters I found most interesting this semester was Chapter 7, which was all about memory. I have used different tricks for memorization over the years in school. It was neat to read about why those tricks have worked, and to learn some other methods that people use for memorization. My personal favorite methods for memorization have been mnemonic devices, and the keyword method. Infantile amnesia was another fascinating topic addressed in Chapter 7, which is when we cannot remember accurate details of childhood events. I have found myself second guessing events that I think happened when I was younger! Before taking Psychology, I had never really thought about why and what I can remember. Now, especially after learning about memory disorders, I have a new appreciation for the intact memory that I have.