The Brain and Your Long-Term Memory

The Brain and Your Long-Term Memory - The Brain and Your...

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The Brain and Your Long-Term Memory How it’s stored and what it affects.
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How information is stored In order to understand how information is stored into your long term memory you have to go back to the beginning. According to the text in The Foundation of Memory the first part of remembering or storing information is a process called encoding. Encoding is a process of recording information in a form usable to memory. Then the information has to be stored properly if not stored properly cant be recalled later. So something you may have known before you may not know later. Once you have gone thru this process your brain will send it thru to short-term memory which then will decide to send it thru to long-term memory. Once in long-term memory it is sent in to a huge warehouse of information stored. Long-term memory has four different components so once it has entered it goes thru a process to see which component the information should be sent to. If it is factual information it would be
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