Term Memory

Some articles on memory, term, term memory:

Cognitive Informatics - Scope - Memory
... Memory allows us to store information for later retrieval ... Memory is often thought of consisting of both a long-term and short-term store ... Long-term memory allows us to store information over prolonged periods (days, weeks, years) ...
Storage (memory)
... Storage in human memory is one of three core process of memory, along with recall and encoding ... Modern memory psychology differentiates the two distinct type of memory storage short-term memory and long-term memory ... In addition, different memory models have suggested variations of existing short-term and long-term memory to account for different ways of storing memory ...
Music-related Memory - Models - Modal Model
... of separate components for short and long term memory storage ... It states that short term memory is limited by its capacity and duration ... Research suggests that musical short term memory is stored differently than verbal short term memory ...
Conditioned Place Preference - See Also
... Reinforcement Memory Basic concepts Encoding Storage Recall Attention Memory consolidation Neuroanatomy of memory Sensory memory Echoic memory Eidetic memory Eyewitness memory Iconic memory Motor ...
Mushroom Bodies - Drosophila Melanogaster - Cellular Memory Traces
... and cellular imaging have identified six memory traces that coincide with molecular changes in the Drosophila olfactory system ... Three of these traces are associated with early forming behavioral memory ... The third memory trace is the reduction of activity of the anterior-paired lateral neuron, which acts as a memory formation suppressor through one of its inhibitory GABAergic receptors ...

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