Memory

What does memory mean?
The mind stores and retrieves information when needed.
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What is retrieval?
Recovering information from storage
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What is Storage?
Holding information in the memory system
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What is Encoding?
Changing information so that it can be stored
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What is the Multi Store Model of Memory?
The theory that the information recieved by our senses pass through different stores before being put in long-term memory. Firstly it passes through the Sensory Store which holds information received from the senses, if they are not retr
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Recovering information from storage

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What is retrieval?

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Holding information in the memory system

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Changing information so that it can be stored

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The theory that the information recieved by our senses pass through different stores before being put in long-term memory. Firstly it passes through the Sensory Store which holds information received from the senses, if they are not retr

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