Memory can be defined as the storage of learned information for retrieval and future use

Memory can be defined as the storage of learned information for retrieval and future use

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Memory can be defined as the storage of learned information for retrieval and future use . I. The Key Questions When psychologists study memory they usually focus on 3 key questions: 1) How does information get INTO
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Unformatted text preview: memory? 2) How is information MAINTAINED in memory? 3) How do we get information BACK OUT of memory? These 3 questions correspond to the 3 key processes in memory: ENCODING --> STORAGE --> RETRIEVAL...
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