PSY224 STUDY GUIDE 8.pdf - 1. Episodic memory is a recall...

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1.Episodic memory is a recall of personal and unique memory, episodic memoriesare also formed and indexed in the hippocampus. For example, rememberingyour first day of school or your first kiss. Meanwhile, semantic memory refers torecollection of facts. An example of semantic memory is being able to recognizenames of colors.2.Declarative memory allows us to consciously remember facts, data and events.Non-declarative memory is accessed without consciousness, mostly throughpractice and performance. Some examples of non-declarative memory would beriding a bicycle, boiling water, or buttoning a shirt, each of these would fall under“skill learning”.3.Magnesium improves memory and learning functions. When magnesium in thebrain increases, the production of neurotransmitters in the hippocampus also
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