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Types of Memory Storage – Memory (PSY)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    Memory, let’s talk aboutyou walk with your eye half swollen shut, and you go there and you do this move. types of memory storage. Now, we have three broad areas that we want to talk about. So the first is sensory memory, so, the initial recording of the sensory information coming in. So you hear something, you see something, you smell something. It needs to go somewhere. So that would go into a sort of a sensory memory hold, and there, from there you would have another spot that memory can go to which is short-term memory. This is limited in duration and capacity and these aren’t new terms. You’ve heard short-term, long-term memory before all the time, and long-term like the name implies is where things are going to stay fairly indefinitely, but there is still is some timeline. things in your long-term memory will still get lost. So I if ask you right now to tell me your mother’s name and you can say, you know, “My mother’s name is Veronica.” And so you’re like, okay. So that is something that’s been stored in your long-term memory. Now, chances are you’re not going to forget that probably ever. But if I was to ask you, do you remember the name or the name -- or so do you remember the first color of bike that you had? Okay. So if you’re 50, you might say, “Oh, man, I think it was red.” When you’re ten, you’re like, “It was red, for sure.” So as time has gone on, that memory sort of decayed and it’s not so relevant and you lose it, but it’s still there when you’re ten. So you still had that for a very long time, but as you’re 50, you might not remember that...

    About the Lecture

    The lecture Types of Memory Storage – Memory (PSY) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Making Sense of the Environment. It contains the following chapters:

    • Introduction of Types of Memory Storage
    • Sensory Memory
    • Short-term vs. Working Memory
    • Implicit or Procedural Memory
    • Explicit or Declarative Memory

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Short term memory
    2. Long term memory
    3. Sensory memory
    4. Episodic memory
    5. Implicit memory
    1. Broadbent filter
    2. Short term memory
    3. Subliminal threshold
    4. Iconic memory
    5. Echoic memory
    1. Implicit memory
    2. Explicit memory
    3. Declarative memory
    4. Long-term memory
    5. Iconic memory
    1. Semantic memory, episodic memory
    2. Episodic memory, semantic memory
    3. Explicit memory, Implicit memory
    4. Implicit memory, explicit memory
    5. Iconic memory, echoic memory

    Author of lecture Types of Memory Storage – Memory (PSY)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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