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InfantChildClass+10.4b - Infant Memory Calm and ready to go...

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The Development of Memory How much do you remember about your childhood? What is the earliest memory that you have? Do very young infants have memory?
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The Development of Memory Components of the Memory System 1. Sensory Memory - refers to the fleeting retention of sights, sounds, and other sensations that have just been experienced. 2. Long-Term Memory - refers to information retained on an enduring basis 3. Working Memory (i.e. Short-Term Memory) - refers to what we use when we are actively thinking
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The Development of Memory Components of the Memory System Working Memory - refers to what we use on a daily basis to remember simple tasks. It is made up of three components 1. Visual-spatial system for storing visual information 2. Verbal system for storing auditory information 3. Executing system for manipulating attention and controlling actions.
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The Development of Memory Explanation of Memory Development Basic processes are the simplest and most frequently used mental activities.
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