Saturday, April 10, 2010; 10:00AM – 01:00PM


Presented by Robin Robertson, Ph.D.

This workshop will circle around the elusive concept of memory in a variety of settings: famous examples of cryptomnesia, people with incredible memories, mnemonic techniques for memorization, and the creativity of memory. Participants will have the opportunity to learn mnemonic techniques which they can use in their own lives.

Course Objectives:

  • Describe what is meant by cryptomnesia
  • Describe what is meant by prodigious memories
  • Demonstrate a mnemonic method used by magicians and compare it to one used by the ancient Greeks

Robin Robertson, Ph.D., is a Jungian-oriented clinical psychologist, with roots in psychology, science, business, and the arts. Author of eight books in psychology, he serves as a writer and General Editor for Psychological Perspectives, as well as a Consulting Editor and contributor for the journal Cybernetics & Human Knowing.
Pre-registered: $50.00 | At Door: $55.00
Continuing Education: 3 hours CE, CN, APA available, see Continuing Education page
Location: C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, Lecture Room, see Contact Us page
Pre-registration (recommended) until 5:00pm of the lecture day for evening lectures; or Friday, 5:00pm for week-end workshops. At Door fee applies after.