Assignment week three - TheBrain MEMORY LongTermMemory

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The Brain MEMORY
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Long-Term Memory  Long term memory is either stored as visual  images, verbal units or both
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Model for Long Term Memory    Long Term Memory Declarative  Memory Factual Information (events,  rules, concepts) Perceptual Memory Procedural Memory motor skills Habits Skills Episodic Semantic
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Episodic memory refers to our ability to recall personal experiences  from our past. Semantic memory stores facts and generalized information. It  contains verbal information, concepts, rules, principles, and  problem-solving skills.  Procedural memory refers to the ability to remember how to  perform a task or to employ a strategy. 
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Stages of Memory Sensory Memory Short-Term Memory Incoming Information Selective  Attention Successfully Coded for Storage in LTM Long- Term Memory Not Attended to Not coded While in STM Forgotten Forgotten Reh ears al  Buff er
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Assignment week three - TheBrain MEMORY LongTermMemory

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