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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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The major clinical finding was statistically significant improvement in episodic memory function with neflamapimod, as assessed by immediate recall (p=0.
For example, some older adults have excellent episodic memory function but impaired executive function, and vice versa.
1) Episodic memory test consists of immediate memory, delayed recall and long delay recognition.
The experience of recalling a past event and "reliving" that experience is the basis of episodic memory (Tulving, 1993).
The amygdala, in concert with the hippocampal constitution, establishes the emotional enhancement effect throughout episodic memory and handling.
LTM contains production memory, semantic memory, and episodic memory.
This year's review contains 24 articles updating the knowledge in such areas of neurosciences as sleep for preserving and transforming episodic memory, the evolution of Drosophila melanogaster as a model for alcohol research, the neural basis of the perception and estimation of time, the transformation of visual signals by inhibitory interneurons in retinal circuits, songbirds as a model for basic and applied medical research, and the molecular basis of self-avoidance.
12) To test for episodic memory, 10-minute delayed recall of a word list from the ADAS-Cog was used.
Our findings provide new insights into the potential mechanisms of episodic memory and the differences between the sexes.
Memory, which is one of the cognitive functions, is divided by Physiologists into explicit or declarative memory which includes episodic memory (for events) and semantic memory (for facts) and implicit or non-declarative memory which includes procedural memory (skills), priming, non-associative and associative learning.
Overall, adults or children/teenagers exposed to abuse during childhood performed poorly on tasks meant to assess verbal episodic memory, working memory, attention, and executive functions.
Keywords: Cognitive Abilities, Speech Production, Episodic Memory, Mathematical Ability, Gender Difference