Memory - MEMORY the ability to retain previously learned...

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MEMORY the ability to retain previously learned behavior or knowledge Memory is not just one process . . . but rather three . . . 1. Encoding how information is transformed to be included in memory (like dating notes, making copies, and preparing information to be Fled)
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2. Storage how information is maintained in memory until it is needed (like efFciently Fling the new information away) 3. Retrieval how information is regathered when it is needed for a new situation (like knowing later which Fles to consult for the needed information) There are different contents of memory, such as . . . • your memory for the name of the President during the Civil War (semantic memory) • your memory for how to physically ride a bicycle (procedural memory) • your memory for how you celebrated your last birthday (episodic memory)
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Declarative memory . . . knowledge of facts, rules, concepts, and events Procedural memory . . . knowledge about skills -- or
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