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Memory is the ability to remember past events, images, ideas, or previously learned information or skills. Memory is also the storage system that allows a person to retain and retrieve previously learned information.

There are three key processes to memory: encoding, storage, and retrieval. Each of the three stages in memory-sensory memory, short-term memory, and long-term memory focuses on encoding, storage, and retrieval.

Sensory memory performs initial encoding and provides brief storage. Semsory memory can change a visual, auditory, or chemical stimulus into a form the brain can interpret, like a photograph. Sensory memory is temporary. Once information is received, it is transferred for additional encoding and storage. Unless you quickly

transfer it to short-term memory by writing it down or repeating it, you will forget it.

Short-term memory is the storage system that temporarily holds current or recent information for immediate ...

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