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Long- Term Memory Presentation By: Angel Bingham
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Rehearsal: repetition of information located in short-term memory Elaborative rehearsal: Information is considered and organized . (Example: linking to another memory, linking it to a visual, etc) How information is stored in our long term memory Transferring information from short-term to long-term memory is done through rehearsal Information is more likely to be transferred to long-term memory when rehearsed in this ( elaborative) fashion. I often relate people to other images or persons I have seen in the past or a particular song. This helps me to remember things about them. Including but not limited to their name and the things I like
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Types of long term memory Declarative Memory: Memory reserved for factual information. (Example: names, dates) Procedural Memory: Memory reserved for skills and habits (Example: Knowing how to ride a bike or use chop sticks) Exercising my declarative memory allows me to remember facts needs for tests such as word definitions, quotations, and world
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