Use of Different Styles of Teaching Psychiatry and Addictology to Medical Students Considering Their Types of Memory

S. Savka, R. Rudnitskiy, N. Karvatskaya, N. Grinco, S. Rotar

Abstract


The article reflects the peculiarities of teaching psychiatry and addictology to medical students considering their learning styles and types of memory. The peculiarities of different teaching styles for the improvement of knowledge assimilation are highlighted. The significance of psychiatry and addictology as a clinical discipline in the future activity of medical specialists is shown.


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psychiatry and addictology; students; types of memory; teaching styles

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21802/gmj.2017.3.11

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