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Budson - Budson Memory Episodic Definiti on explicit and...

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Budson Memory Episodic Semantic Procedural Working Definitio n explicit and declarative memory system used to recall personal experiences framed in our own context general store of conceptual and factual knowledge, such as the color of a lion or the first president of the United States, that is not related to any specific memory. Like episodic memory, semantic memory is a declarative and explicit memory system. Procedural memory refers to the ability to learn behavioral and cognitive skills and algorithms that are used at an automatic, unconscious level. Procedural memory is non- declarative but during acquisition may be either explicit or implicit Working memory is a combination of the traditional fields of attention, concentration, and short-term memory. It refers to the ability to temporarily maintain and manipulate information that one needs to keep in mind. Because it requires active and conscious participation, working memory is an explicit and declarative memory system. Episodic
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2009 for the course PS 333 taught by Professor Otto during the Spring '09 term at BU.

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