Process of memory (brain regions (Cerebral cortex (storage of explicit…
Process of memory
storage of explicit memories
consolidation of explicit memories
formation and expression of emotional classically conditioned implicit memories
encoding procedural memories and reflexive movements
Atkinson- Shiffrin multi store model of memory
short term memory
A memory system with limited storage capacity in which information is stored for a relatively short time, unless renewed in some way; also functions as ‘working memory’.
duration 18-20 seconds capacity roughly 7 pieces of information
long term memory
The long-term explicit memory of personally experienced events.
The long-term explicit memory of facts and knowledge about the world.
Memory that occurs when information can be consciously or intentionally retrieved and stated
classically conditioned memory
Implicit memory of conditioned responses to conditioned stimuli acquired through classical conditioning.
The long-term implicit memory of motor skills and actions that have been learned previously.
Memory that does not require conscious or intentional retrieval
the entry point for memory a near unlimited amount of information is stored for a very brief period. if the information is attended to it then goes to short term memory if not it is lost
sensory memory has subsets such as echoic and iconic memory
model for memory that suggests memory is stored in multiple components that have different functions