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memory

the part of a COMPUTER that stores information. The two main types of computer memory are RAM (Random Access Memory) and ROM (Read Only Memory). HARD DISKS and FLOPPY DISKS provide additional memory capacity for storing computer programs and data.
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Long-term declarative memory, perception, and motor modules are all restricted to accessing and modifying their associated working memory buffers, whereas procedural memory has access to all of working memory (but no direct access to the contents of long-term declarative memory or itself).
These studies led to the dominant idea that regions in the MTL, and, in particular, the hippocampus, are specifically involved in explicit or declarative memory.
Declarative memory is that aspect of memory that includes facts that can be discussed or "declared.
Emotional memory may be relinquished in ADRD, notwithstanding the impairment of verbal or declarative memory that is the indication of the disorder.
Under this theory, declarative memory, which stores knowledge and facts, would be more useful for learning vocabulary and certain rules of grammar.
With regard to verbal declarative memory, patients showed a deficient performance in learning and delayed recall, both in free and cued tests (semantic cues).
167) Neuroscientists have used fMRI scanning in studies on live subjects to further demonstrate that a healthy hippocampus is critical to the encoding and retrieval of declarative memory.
1995) and negatively correlated with verbal declarative memory (delayed recall; Bremner et al.
The topics include the methods of cognitive neurosciences, attention and its effects on stimulus processing, declarative memory, language, decision making, and the evolution and development of the brain and cognition.
Overall, patients with steroid dementia showed a predominance of verbal declarative memory deficits out of proportion to other cognitive symptoms.
Consistent Declarative Memory with Depressive Symptomatology
The consolidation of declarative memory is thought to occur in two subsequent steps.