Learning and Memory


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Obedient memory - e.g remembering daily routines, such as the morning routine.

Weak memory- e.g forgetting names of people, not remembering birthdays.

Tyrannic memory - e.g remembering things after suppression, e.g flashbacks. 

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Baddeley-memory is an array of interacting systems, each capable of encoding or registering information, storing it, making it available for retrieval.

Encoding, storage, retrieval.

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