Short-term memory is primarily takes place in the frontal lobe of the cerebral context. Memory makes learning possible; it assists in recognition and recall. Sensory memory - Information obtained by the senses is usually stored for only a short period.
It is conjectured that the same memory can be stored multiple times in case retrieval from one area is not functioning[http: While it is largely outside the perimeters of awareness of the conscious mind, it can be recalled when needed, although some memories are harder than others to recall, especially if they have been repressed because of psychological trauma.
Memory can "fade" in older age as neurons do not fire as much and nerve tracks in the brain shrivel.
Then the information makes a stopover in the hippocampus and is then transferred to the areas of the cerebral cortex involved in language and perception for permanent storage. Also free-radicals in the environment can block oxygen to the brain.
When someone has a memory loss, he or she can remember things from long ago, but is inclear or baffled as to what has just occurred or about something read yesterday. Alcohol or drug abuse, lack of oxygen to the brain, brain trauma--all these can effect memory loss.
This loss can be due to biological causes, or as a result of injury.
It is the re-accessing or remembering of knowledge stored. Information can be stored in the short-term memory, long-term memory, or sensory memory. Short-term memory - Part of the conscious mind, this memory is also named "active memory," If it is held longer, it transmutes into the long-term memory Long-term memory - This is the continuing stage of memory.
Mini-strokes can also occur which cause cumulative damage. Memory is also a function of a culture as the recollection of past actions, ideas, beliefs, etc. These procedural memories are also called implicit memory.
Further, This ability of humans to call on past memories in order to imagine the future and to plan future courses of action is a hugely advantageous attribute in There are three essential processes of memory: This type of memory includes unconscious memory of skills and how carry out automatically certain skills.
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