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Unformatted text preview: encoding indexes. In this process, information is temporarily copied from long-term memory into working memory, so that it can be used there. The more a memory has been encoded, elaborated, organized, and structured, the easier it will be to retrieve . Two categories of Retrieval: recall and recognition. Recall involves actively reconstructing the information, more difficult, because it requires the activation of all the neurons involved in the memory in question Recognition only requires a decision as to whether one thing among others has been encountered before. Even if a part of an object initially activates only a part of the neural network concerned, that may then suffice to activate the entire network....
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