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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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B8 group of rats also had a significant reduction in the time spent to reach the objective in the explicit memory tests, showing an improvement in its execution.
Furthermore, it was suggested by Shapiro and Krishnan (2001) that the intensity of processing, amount of divided/full attention, and intentionality all affect explicit memory, but do not affect implicit memory.
However, this may have several implications in a clinical context: on the one hand, the linguistic structure of sentences makes mnemonic techniques more natural and familiar, allowing easy use of them in everyday life and promoting the retrieval in explicit memory task.
To a great extent, the debate about the nature of implicit and explicit memory was stimulated by neuroscience findings, in particular by studies of amnesiac patients.
Neuropsychological testing a month after this injury indicated significant cognitive deficits with specific difficulty consolidating new memories, both motor/procedural based memory, and explicit memory. He showed some confabulation and limited insight into his problems.
(199-200) This explicit memory from Adriana's childhood is central to my analysis of the character because it serves as the catalyst for Adriana's competition with Elena.
Children use a number of techniques to store the information in explicit memory including rehearsal, organizing information into clusters, connecting information through events or through images.
This research aims to integrate the theories of Explicit Memory and Interactivity, contributing to the theoretical development of both.
Explicit memory requires conscious attention for encoding and includes recall of facts and events.
When the hippocampus gets this dopamine, it consolidates explicit memory. Explicit memories are those thought of as being remembered; such as, facts, events, feelings, etc.

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