declarative memory


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declarative memory

[di¦klar·əd·iv ′mem·rē]
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Taken together, our data showed that [[beta].sub.3]-AR receptors were involved in declarative memory consolidation.
Second, the woman may encode and store in her declarative memory an "it is not the case" relationship between Y and the "healthy" attribute (Strack et al.
Major deficits are particularly evident at the level of declarative memory abilities requiring the precise recall of detailed information, a process initially mediated by the hippocampus and other medial temporal lobe structures [1, 4] and subsequently supported by the process of system consolidation.
It includes buffers for initiating retrievals from declarative memory and motor actions, as well as buffers for maintaining the results of perception and declarative memory retrieval.
Additionally, despite the prevailing view that the MTL underlies explicit memory, studies have been reported which show that some forms of declarative memory are independent of the activation of the hippocampus.
Declarative memory is that aspect of memory that includes facts that can be discussed or "declared." The 2 categories of declarative memory include episodic memory and semantic memory.
a) The explicit or declarative memory refers to behavioral changes or the stimulus response with no knowledge and involves multiple areas of the brain.
They discuss the work of Gilbert Gottlieb on development; perceptual and cognitive development in infants, including looking behavior, attention, joint attention, declarative memory, and word learning; their social and emotional development in terms of the family context, temperament, maternal caregiving, and the development of parental care; the role of adversity and risk, in relation to sleep, vulnerability to psychopathology, and early social relationships; and an interdisciplinary biopsychosocial perspective on psychological development.
Hippocampal formation of the brain is critical for memory storage, declarative memory and spatial navigation [13-15].
(Wiglesworth and Mosqueda, 2011) Emotional stimulation improves declarative memory in individuals.
22 DEVELOP YOUR DECLARATIVE MEMORY The Journey Method gives you the best possible start if you are learning a new discipline, especially one that involves many moves to make in sequence.

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