Cognitive Psychology: Memory

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Memory can be defined as the system of retaining information, the actual storage system or the material that has been retained. It involves three basic processes; encoding, storage and retrieval.

Encoding is the transformation of a sensory input for it to be registered in memory.

Storage is the retention of information in memory until it is required.

Retrieval is the location and extraction of information that has

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