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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style H ow Our M emory W orks mes hl ey Hol by A s Created PSY /101 10/11/10 Memory – The process by which we encode, store, a nd retrieve information. Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/11/10 {CDCAA63C-5A95-47F4-B2A6-BEBF95E5F339} {160F4F25-6647-4209-BB09-FABB4717C95A} {396AA8E0-DAD6-42B4-A264-F2EC38FDBF9D} ong-term memory stores information on a relatively 15 to 25 seconds. alth Short-term memory holds information for permanent basis, o Sensory memory The initial, momentary storage 10/11/10 In this thr inform ee-stage m the pe rson’s ation initia odel of m e lly rec senso me mo orded m inform ry, whic ry system h mo m ation. enter by s entar The in shortily ho s fo term 15 to ld s memo rmation th 25 se e ry move conds. Fin , which st n mov o ally, t into lo he inf res it f o is rela ng-term m emor rmation tively y , wh perm ich anent . 10/11/10 ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course PSY 201 taught by Professor Victoriawhite during the Spring '10 term at University of the East, Manila.

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