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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 effects of exposure duration and practice on the immediate memory spans of children and adults.
Immediate memory test: participants read out a set of object-related words at a moderate speed and finished in about a minute.
This progression pattern was interrupted between some subtests and ages: Motor Skill (10 and 11 years old); Rhythm (12 and 13 years old); Tactile Skill (7 and 8; 12 and 13 years old); Visual Skill (7 and 8; 9 and 10 years old); Receptive Speech (8 and 9; 11 and 12 years old); Expressive Speech (10 and 11; 12 and 13 years old); Reading (10 and 11; 12 and 13 years old); Mathematical Reasoning (10 and 11 years old) and Immediate Memory (12 and 13 years old).
The performance obtained by the ASD group in Rey's Complex Figure test (reproduction of Figure A by copying and memory) indicated the presence of impairments in planning ability, visual perception and immediate memory (visual component).
The social and cultural histories that proliferate in this phase, and in which Ned always features, are temporally and generically removed from immediate memory and the truth techniques accompanying it.
On Orientation, story memory and Rey complex figure (copy) test [RCF] chronic schizophrenics and drug addicts differed significantly from normal controls indicating deficits in recalling present information, remote memory and immediate memory.
Digit span is a test of attention and immediate memory.
But the plain and simple facts are that the July floods washed away the immediate memory of just how bad this team are.
The researchers tested immediate memory and delayed recall, and also administered two other tests known as the Mini-Mental State Examination and the Symbol Digit Modalities Test.
How to Teach So Students Remember offers seven steps to increase students' capacity to receive information in immediate memory, act on it in working memory, store it in long-term memory, and retrieve and manipulate it in unanticipated situations-that is, to use what they have learned when they need it.
In both cases, the brain functions were substantially improved; specifically, immediate memory and concentration in the normal elderly and immediate memory and short-term memory of those who have organic brain disorders.
Specifically, these neurotoxic effects are most apparent in the domains of recall, working and immediate memory, and language.

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