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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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If you build your procedural memory by chair-flying and whenever you fly, it will be there when you need it.
Karni, "The predictive value of the leveling off of within session performance for procedural memory consolidation," Cognitive Brain Research, vol.
Soar is also comprised of a set of asynchronous internally parallel modules, including a rule-based procedural memory. Soar is organized around a broader-based global working memory (figure 2).
The common goal of these therapies is to assist patients in completing thwarted defensive responses which appear to remain encoded cortically and subcortically as part of the patent's trauma associated procedural memory. (52) Because CNS-autonomic arousal is perceptible as sensations in the body, these therapies use mindful awareness of somatic sensations as a guide to identifying and completing neurological and motor defensive responses.
Attaining REM sleep may be likened to sorting those recordings into packets that make sense and are easily retrievable for procedural memory usage.
This kind of memory can be retrieved more easily than the procedural memory (knowing "how").
Decision science is the exploration of the nonconscious and the conscious processes, including implicit memory, procedural memory, and even habits involved when a person makes a decision to engage in a specific behavior.
A comprehensive neuropsychological protocol was applied, covering processing speed, attention, executive functions, verbal and visual episodic memory, procedural memory, visuoconstructive, visuoperceptive and visuospatial functions, and language.
This type of memory (semantic) and procedural memory are maintained (in some cases they even improve) whereas episodic memory in which detailed memories are retainedis reduced," said Aizpurua.
Regarding non-declarative or procedural memory, she can dress herself, use the bathroom independently, order meals off the menu, and feed herself, among other routine tasks, without difficulty.
At the commencement of the Introduction we encounter immediately the domain of psychoanalytic theories of trauma and memory and their complex terms of expression--enigmatic signifiers, intrusive intimacies, declarative and procedural memory, phantoms, phantasies, Nachtraglichkeit.
Diaz, "Prism adaptation and aftereffect: specifying the properties of a procedural memory system," Learning and Memory, vol.