Memory

  1. Memory is the process in which information is encoded, stored, and retrieved.
  2. A field memory is a memory recollected in the original perspective, from a first-person point of view.
  3. An observer memory is a memory recollected from a perspective outside ourselves, a third-person point of view.
  4. Span describes how much information a memory system can retain.
  5. Decay describes the fading of information from memory.
  6. Duration refers to the length of time for which a memory system can retain information.
  7. The working memory model













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