An active information-processing system that recieves, stores and recovers information.
Thoughts experienced previously in ones life.
The mental faculty of retaining and recalling past experience.
The act or an instance of remembering; recollection.
Storage, encoding, retrieval.
Retrieval, encoding, storage.
Encoding, storage, retrieval.
Free recall, cued recall and serial recall.
Relearning, recall and recognition.
Method of savings, free recall and recognition.
Human memory as consisting of three distinguishable kinds of memory, with each one representing a stage through which information passes in a sequential way.
The memory span of each individual human being.
One to two minutes
Three to four hours
30 to 40 seconds
Sustenance and maintenance rehearsal.
Specific and non-specific rehearsal.
Maintenance and elaborative rehearsal.
Elaborative and specific rehearsal.
Assertive and procedural memory
Declaritive and assertive memory
Assertive and interrogatory memory
Procedural and declarative memory
Episodic ; Semantic
Semantic ; Episodic
Serial position effect
Semantic network effect