declarative memory


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declarative memory

[di¦klar·əd·iv ′mem·rē]
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Changes to working memory can correspond to a step in abstract reasoning or the internal simulation of an external action, but they can also initiate the retrieval of knowledge from long-term declarative memory, initiate motor actions in an external environment, or provide top-down influence to perception.
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.
Going to sleep may be likened to simultaneously hitting the play and record buttons on a VCR to record the events of the day for declarative memory processing.
Finn further added that it was likely to be the procedural memory system that was really important for learning those difficult morphological aspects of language; when one uses the declarative memory system, it doesn't help but harms him.
As regards visual declarative memory, patients presented deficits in visuospatial learning, although no alteration in delayed memory was observed.
176) Encoding declarative memory information requires the application of conscious attention known as effortful processing.
Deficits in verbal declarative memory function in women with childhood sexual abuse-related posttraumatic stress disorder.
Effects of glucocorticoids on declarative memory function in major depression.
Non-musical information is presented through chants, songs or rhymes, giving clients opportunities to work on echoing, procedural or declarative memory.
Declarative Memory Procedural Memory (Physical Skills) Also called explicit memory.
Declarative memory is the kind of memory that is used in everyday language.
16) The impact of HIV infection upon other aspects of declarative memory (e.