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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 RAVLT showed that most of the participants of the two groups were within normal limits for the first three items of the test: immediate memory (A1), learning (A1 to A4) and learning rate (A1-A4), a fact suggesting adequate immediate verbal memory and learning ability of the participants.
Neuropsychological tests and related brain areas Test name Related brain area Cognitive property/process measured Stroop test Frontal lob Focused attention, response inhibition, resistance against destroying effect, data processing speed Wechsler Temporal hippocampus, Attention, concentration, memory limbic system frontal verbal memory, visual memory, scale lob immediate memory, delayed memory Digit span Temporal hippocampus, Learning, short-term memory learning limbic system frontal lob Raven Right hemisphere, Visual spatial perception, parietal lob, common category changeability, working brain areas memory, abstraction and scrutinizing, general ability Table 3.
When his influential paper on immediate memory appeared, Miller (1956) applied quantitative information theory to the absolute judgment (later called absolute identification) experiment and presented data describing information transmitted in bits (output) as a function of stimulus information (input).
The test scores in patients with chronic primary insomnia were decreased in digit span, word fluency test, immediate memory, delayed recall, delayed recognition, and event based prospective memory test.
Additionally, the BCET was also highly correlated with more general indices of neuropsychological functioning including the TMT A (r = -.28, p = 0.001) and the 6 scales of the RBANS (with values ranging from r = .27 for visuospatial processing, to r = .43 for immediate memory).
A screening test for deficits in cognitive functions, of individual administration, and composed of 120 items distributed in 10 subtests, which are: motor skill (0-15 points), rhythm (0-10 points), tactile skill (0-19 points), visual skill (0-12 points), receptive speech (0-6 points), expressive speech (0-7 points), writing (015), reading (0-9 points), mathematical reasoning (0-15 points) and immediate memory (0-12 points).
The polarity in their behavior seems to shed light on a generational difference among Armenians -- the older generation, who have a more immediate memory of past injustices, tend to avoid conflict.
However, patients with SZ displayed better cognitive function than BD in immediate memory, delayed memory, and language.
Sleep loss hurts attention, executive function, immediate memory, working memory, mood, quantitative skills, logical reasoning ability, general math knowledge.
Composed of two complex, geometric and abstract figures, the test is divided into two application phases: reproduction by copying and reproduction by immediate memory (3 minutes after exposure to the stimulus).
The RBANS has individual sections for attention, immediate memory, delayed memory, language, and visuospatial construction.
When immediate memory of Arthur Miller is sequestered by time then there shall come the definitive account of his life and work.

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