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WHAT IS INPUT?
INPUT IS THE 1ST STAGE OF MEMORY AND IT INVOLVES INFO ENTERING MEMORY THROUGH ONE OF THE SENSES E.G. EYES--VISUAL INFO.
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WHAT IS ENCODING?
ENCODING ID THE 2ND STAGE OF MEMORY AND IT INVOLVES INFO BEING TURNED INTO A SUITABLE FORMAT FOR MEMORY TO STORE.
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WHAT IS STORAGE?
STORAGE IS THE 3RD STAGE OF MEMORY AND IT IS HOW INFO IS "FILED AWAY". STORAGE IS PREPORATION FOR THE INFO TO BE USED AGAIN AT A LATER DATE.
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WHAT IS RETRIEVAL?
RETRIEVAL IS THE 4TH STAGE OF MEMORY AND IT INVOLVES ACCESSING INFO THAT HAS BEEN STORED.
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WHAT IS OUTPUT?
OUTPUTS CAN BE WRITING SOMETHING DOWN--SAYING SOMETHING (OUTPUTS NOT ALWAYS THIS LITERAL)--THOUGHTS--RECALLING SONGS--CONJORING UP I
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ENCODING ID THE 2ND STAGE OF MEMORY AND IT INVOLVES INFO BEING TURNED INTO A SUITABLE FORMAT FOR MEMORY TO STORE.

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