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CH1: Three Stages of Memory


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three stages based on duration.
Memory is classified as...
holds information in its original sensory form for about a half second or less.
Sensory memory...
is the part of memory that temporarily stores a limited amount of information for about thirty seconds.
Short-term or working memory...
about 7 items.
The number of items that can typically be held in short-term memory is...
can store a vast amount of information for thirty seconds to a lifetime.
Long-term memory...
implicit/procedural memory and explicit/declarative memory.
Long-term memory stores information as...
is where skills, behaviors, and procedures we don't consciously retrieve are stored.
Implicit/Procedural memory...
involves consciously recalling specific events, experiences, and facts.
Explicit/Declarative memory...
semantic (facts) or episodic (experiences).
Explicit/Declarative memory can be...