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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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Chong (2015) listed several characteristics of art therapy that facilitate the therapeutic process when working with clients who have experienced relational trauma, pointing out that art accesses and activates "the shared region of the brain responsible for emotion regulation and implicit memory: right hemisphere, ANS, visual-spatial, tactile-sensorimotor" (p.
These indirect associations set up the perfect conditions for clients to re-enact traumas and their coping skills (i.e., dissociation, splitting or other defense mechanisms) through implicit memory. Therefore, it is important to understand your own implicit system because this is what gets triggered when clients trigger your own stuff.
Other groups (B6 and B8) for implicit memory test and (B6, B7 and B9) for explicit memory test showed a tendency to improve its execution, but results was not significant.
Explicit memory refers to the voluntary recollection of previous experiences, while implicit memory does not require conscious remembrance.
Moreover, in the elaboration likelihood model (Petty & Cacioppo, 1986) face validity is offered in the role of implicit memory in sponsorship.
While Lyne identifies instances of explicit and implicit memory within both Jonson and Milton's relations with their sources, the "spontaneous interconnection [s]" he associates with intertextuality and implicit memory turn out to be of a piece with their conscious, intentional allusions to their sources: "In both cases the source materials appear to circulate associatively ...
The implicit memory literature is based upon the distinction between two forms of memory retrieval from long-term memory, on the one hand the explicit memory and, on the other hand, the implicit memory (Graf & Schacter, 1985, 1987).
Our fetal ego state carries our most recent implicit memory of being in God consciousness.
Awareness can be either explicit memory (conscious recollection) or implicit memory (no conscious recollection).
Implicit memory accounts for the information such as completion of the tasks.
Implicit memory for novel associations between pictures: effects of stimulus unitization and aging.