long-term memory


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long-term memory

(psychology)
The storage of information indefinitely so that it can be used again and again at a later time.
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In contrast, long-term memory is thought to be related to physical changes to neurons and their connections.
The long-term memory test was conducted 10 d post-training for the spaced conditioning group (vs.
In poorly designed learning activities, the extraneous CL is greater, and fewer informational elements are retained in working memory and transferred to long-term memory.
Long-term memory refers to the continuing storage of information.
Long-term memory identification has always attracted attention of researchers, as this process helps companies and portfolio managers mitigate risk of their portfolios with lower error by predicting future values of assets.
Exercise alter specific aspects of delayed long-term memory in young adults (Coles and Tomporowski, 2008), and enhanced spatial memory formation in Wister male rats (Khabour et al.
Although the study did not examine multitasking and long-term memory, Dr.
A typical model includes a set of sensory stores, a short-term memory store, and a long-term memory store (Atkinson & Shiffrin, 1968).
He said boosting CBP in mice restores activity of the protein CREB and increases levels of yet another protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor or BDNF, proteins also needed to develop long-term memory.
That bottleneck forces a day-to-day dependency on short-term memory at the expense of developing long-term memory that serves as the basis for deeper, more attentive thinking, he said.
Interactions Between Short-Term and Long-Term Memory in the Verbal Domain

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