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Three different types of long-term memory are semantic memory, episodic memory, and procedural memory. In the semantic memory is where all of our knowledge will be organized. Episodic is where the information about events that have happened to us are stored (Matlin, 2012). Procedural memory is where we stored things on how to perform certain actions. My example of episodic memory is when I think about having my daughter I can remember all of it even the pain I was in, and I also look at the family pictures we took of her growing up and think about all the events that have happened over the 19 years. Next example is semantic memory is when I learned how to cut hair and the
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