the input storage and retrieval of what has been learned or experience
the transforming of information so the nerves can process it
the process by which information is maintained over a period of time
the process of obtaining information that has been stored in
very brief memory storage immediately following initial stimulation of a receptor
sensory memory
memory that is limited and capacity to about 7 items
short term
system for remembering that involves repeating information to oneself without attempting to find meaning in it
maintenance rehearsal
the process of grouping items to make them easier to remember
knowledge of language including its rules words and meanings
somatic memory
chronological retention of the events of one's life
episodic memory
stored knowledge that can be called forth consciously as needed
declarative memory
permanent storage of learned skills that does not require conscious recollection
procedural memory
memory retrieval in which a person identifies an object idea or situation as one he or she has not experienced before
memory retrieval in which a person reconstruction previous lines material
the alteration of a recalled memory
the act of filling in memory gaps
conceptual Frameworks a person uses to make sense of the world
the ability to remember with great accuracy the
fading away of memory over time
blockage of a memory by previous or subsequent memories or loss of retrieval cue
the linking of new information to material that is already known
elaborative rehearsal
techniques for using Association to memorize and retrieve information
mnemonic devices