Concept Map of Memory System

Concept Map of Memory System

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Concept Map of Memory System Vanessa Durkin PSY 640 November 21, 2016 Samantha Weinstein Hickman

Concept Map of Memory System Many components contribute to the memory system of the human brain. The concept map below identifies the four interrelated memory stores: sensory, short-term, working, and long-term memory. The information proceeding through these stages receives different levels of encoding and processing. The strength of the information varies, as well. Memory has the potential to improve the employment of outlined methods and strategies. Although all information travels a unique path through the memory system, it all begins with temporary storage in the sensory memory. Sensory Memory The memory system starts with information briefly stored in sensory memory. Sensory...

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