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*  Spatial memory
... has representations within working, short-term memory and long-term memory. Research indicates that there are ... The test can be used to measure both short-term and long-term spatial memory, depending on the length of time between test and ... This means that it allows for viewpoint manipulation from memory. It is however, important for long-term spatial memory of ... processing short-term memory and transferring memory from the short term to longer delay periods. Infusion of amphetamine into ...
*  Childhood amnesia
... preventing the creation of long term or autobiographical memories. The hippocampus and prefrontal cortex, two key structures in ... Availability of a memory is the idea that the memory is intact and is in memory storage. Accessibility of a memory is dictated ... One memory is recorded per cue word, so it can be difficult to know whether this memory is their earliest memory or the first ... whereas memories from the age of 2 are more often confounded with false images and memories. Memories from early childhood ( ...
*  Implicit memory
... is one of the two main types of long-term human memory. It is acquired and used unconsciously, and can affect ... In one study, amnesic patients showed a severely impaired ability in verbal long-term memory, but no impairment in their memory ... This result indicates that the mechanism for long-term declarative memory does not have a similar effect on implicit memory. ... In one experiment two groups of people, one composed of amnesic patients with heavily impaired long-term memory, and the other ...
*  Memory consolidation
... is one form of memory consolidation seen across all species and long-term memory tasks. Long-term memory, when discussed in the ... strengthen and modify memories that are already stored in the long-term memory. Once memories undergo the process of ... and thereby strengthen long-term memory. Protein synthesis plays an important role in the formation of new memories. Studies ... it is less necessary during the encoding and use of semantic memories. As memories age there are long-term interactions between ...
*  Music-related memory
McGill University, Montreal Trainor L.J.; Wu L.; Tsang C.D. (2004). "Long-term memory for music: infants remember tempo and ... It states that short term memory is limited by its capacity and duration. Research suggests that musical short term memory is ... Ilari, B. S. (July 2002). Music Cognition in Infancy: Infants' Preferences and Long-Term Memory for Complex Music. Faculty of ... Thus, they concluded that the left hemisphere is mainly important for musical representation in long term memory, whereas the ...
*  Recognition memory
If that is unsuccessful in retrieving the memory trace, then there is a more forced search into the long-term memory store. The ... They may have a normal short term memory, but are unable to consolidate that memory and it is lost rapidly. Lesions in the ... the transfer to long term storage). The memories are transferred from the hippocampus to the broader lateral neocortex via the ... This has been termed specifically as integrative agnosia. Recognition memory was long thought to involve only the structures of ...
*  Prospective memory
... prospective and retrospective memory, short-term memory and long-term memory, and self-cued and environmentally-cued memory. ... long-term memory, and environmentally-cued memory. Prospective memory tasks can be used in a variety of ways to assess ... Alcohol Excessive drinkers self-reported more deficiencies in both short-term and long-term prospective memory on questions in ... Prospective memory is thus considered a form of memory for the future. Retrospective memory involves the memory of what we know ...
*  Post-traumatic amnesia
In long-term recovery, acetylcholine levels associated with diaschisis may continue to play a role in maintaining memory ... The long-term prognosis of PTA is generally positive. Many patients do recover a great deal of cognitive function, although ... Typically, "repressed memory" is the term used to explain this sort of traumatic amnesia; the experience was so horrific that ... The duration of PTA in brain-injured patients is a useful predictor of the expected long-term effects of the injury, along with ...
*  Long-term memory
Working memory is not part of long-term memory, but is important for long-term memory to function. Working memory holds and ... including long-term memory). Long-term memory, unlike short-term memory, is dependent upon the synthesis of new proteins. This ... Long-term memory is typically divided up into two major headings: explicit memory and implicit memory. Explicit memory ( ... Long-term memory is commonly labelled as explicit memory (declarative), as well as episodic memory, semantic memory, ...
*  Long short-term memory
The expression long short-term refers to the fact that LSTM is a model for the short-term memory which can last for a long ... Long short-term memory (LSTM) units (or blocks) are a building unit for layers of a recurrent neural network (RNN). An RNN ... The approach used "dialog session-based long-short-term memory". There are several architectures of LSTM units. A common ... Thireou, T.; Reczko, M. (2007). "Bidirectional Long Short-Term Memory Networks for predicting the subcellular localization of ...
*  K. Anders Ericsson
... he extended this theory into long-term memory to account for the superior working memory of expert performers and memory ... Ericsson, Anders K.; Kintsch, W. (1995). "Long-term working memory". Psychological Review. 102 (2): 211-245. doi:10.1037/0033- ... With Bill Chase, he developed the Theory of Skilled Memory based on detailed analyses of acquired exceptional memory ...
*  Elaborative encoding
Type mnemonics are often an effective way of transferring information into long-term memory and being able to recall it easily ... Results showed that repeated retrieval enhanced long term memory and mnemonics do not stem from elaborations, unless it was for ... Compare: Groome, David (2013) [1999]. "6: Long-term memory". In Groome, David. An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology: ... to store information in long-term memory and to make it easier to recall this information in the future. Mnemonists at the ...
*  Partial concurrent thinking aloud
"Long Term Working Memory mechanism" of information retrieval (Working Memory section Ericsson and Kintsch). Even if users can ... Ericsson, K.A., Kintsch, W. (1995). "Long-Term Working Memory". Psychological Review. 102 (2): 211-245. doi:10.1037/0033-295X. ... thus avoiding the influence of long term memory and perceptual reworking. Comparison of usability evaluation methods Protocol ... The memory signs, created by users ringing the desk-bell, overcome the limits of classic retrospective analysis; indeed, these ...
*  T-maze
The use of spatial and non-spatial cues is very influential to research findings on memory, spatial learning and the long-term ... It also has important functions that govern long and short-term memory as well as spatial navigation, both of which are ... 3. Bliss T.V.P., Collingridge G.L. (1993) A synaptic model of memory: Long-term potentiation in the hippocampus. Nature 361:31- ... Long-Term Potentiation and Memory. Physiol Rev 84: 87-136, 2004; 10.1152/physrev.00014.2003. http://learnmem.cshlp.org/content/ ...
*  LIDA (cognitive architecture)
... working memory, memory by affordances, long-term working memory, and the H-CogAff architecture. The LIDA cognitive cycle can be ... What memory is for. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20:1-19 Ericsson, K. A., and W. Kintsch. 1995. Long-term working memory. ... The resulting percept moves to the Workspace where it cues both Transient Episodic Memory and Declarative Memory producing ... MA: The MIT Press Baddeley, A. D., & Hitch, G. J. (1974). Working memory. In G. A. Bower (Ed.), The Psychology of Learning and ...
*  Synapse
Lynch, M. A. (January 1, 2004). "Long-Term Potentiation and Memory". Physiological Reviews. 84 (1): 87-136. doi:10.1152/physrev ... dependent long-term potentiation (LTP) and long-term depression (LTD) due to the influx of calcium into the post-synaptic cell ... This process of synaptic strengthening is known as long-term potentiation. By altering the release of neurotransmitters, the ... Sherrington struggled to find a good term that emphasized a union between two separate elements, and the actual term "synapse" ...
*  Sunil Vemuri
S. "Personal long-term memory aids". Ph.D. Dissertation. MIT Media Lab. (September 2004) pdf Borovoy, R., Martin, F., Vemuri, S ... pdf Vemuri, S., Schmandt, C., Bender, W. "iRemember: A Personal Long-term Memory Prosthesis". In Proc. of CARPE 2006 (October ... Vemuri, S., Schmandt, C., Bender, W., Tellex, S., Lassey, B. "An audio-based personal memory aid." In Proceedings of Ubicomp ... His areas of research include human memory assistance, information retrieval, information extraction, information visualization ...
*  Magnetite
There is also evidence that magnetite exists in the human brain, where it is theorized to affect long-term memory. Some ... Banaclocha, Marcos Arturo Martínez; Bókkon, István; Banaclocha, Helios Martínez (2010). "Long-term memory in brain magnetite". ... Due to its high iron content, magnetite has long been a major iron ore. It is reduced in blast furnaces to pig iron or sponge ... Magnetosomes consist of long chains of oriented magnetite particle that are used by bacteria for navigation. After the death of ...
*  Daniel McCartney
ISBN 0-231-05641-9. "Woman's Long-Term Memory Astonishes Scientists". (April 20, 2006). National Public Radio. (Part 2 includes ... "Great Memories: Phenomenal powers developed by some men", The Budget, vol. 1, no. 43, October 27, 1886, Milburn, N.J. Creighton ... Henkle, W. D. (1871). A Sketch of the Life of Daniel McCartney, the Man with the Remarkable Memory. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State ... Henkle, W. D. (1871). "Remarkable Cases of Memory", Journal of Speculative Philosophy. vol. V, no. 1, pg. 6-26. Howe, H. (1902 ...
*  Cat intelligence
"Do Cats Have Long-Term Memory?". The Nest. In one test of where to find food, cats' short-term memory lasted about 16 hours... ... short-term memory is more affected by aging. In one test of where to find food, cats' short-term memory lasted about 16 hours. ... "Do Cats Have Long-Term Memory?". The Nest. As Kitty ages, his brain function will decline. Feline cognitive dysfunction is a ... short and long-term memory, learning, and problem solving. Claims for cognitive support appear on a number of kitten ...
*  Levels-of-processing effect
"Memory over the short term and the long term has been thought to differ in many ways in terms of capacity, the underlying ... Rose, N. S.; Craik, F. M. (2012). "A processing approach to the working memory/long-term memory distinction: Evidence from the ... Damage to the hippocampus produces an inability to form or retrieve new long-term memories, but the ability to maintain and ... Eysenck, M. (2006). Learning and Long-term memory. In Fundamentals of cognition (Second ed.). Hove, England: Psychology Press ...
*  Rescaled range
Long-term storage: an experimental study. London: Constable. Beran, J. (1994). Statistics for Long-Memory Processes. Chapman & ... Lo, A. (1991). "Long-Term Memory in Stock Market Prices". Econometrica. 59: 1279-1313. doi:10.2307/2938368. Bo Qian; Khaled ... According to model of Fractional Brownian motion this is referred to as long memory of positive linear autocorrelation. However ... Fractal Fractional Brownian motion Fat tail Hurst, H. E. (1951). "Long term storage capacity of reservoirs". Trans. Am. Soc. ...
*  Manatee
They also have good long-term memory. They demonstrate discrimination and task-learning abilities similar to dolphins and ... Long Term Prospects for Manatee Recovery Look Grim, According To New Data Released By Federal Government. Savethemanatee.org ( ... including long term survivors with completely severed tails, major tail mutilations, and multiple disfiguring dorsal ... In general, their intestines have a typical length of about 45 meters, which is unusually long for animals of their size. Apart ...
*  Change blindness
Nickerson, R.S.; Adams, M.J. (1979). "Long-term memory for a common object". Cognitive Psychology. 11 (3): 287-307. doi:10.1016 ... The PPC is critical for encoding and maintaining visual images in short term working memory, which demonstrates the importance ... Selective attention Spot the difference The Invisible Gorilla Visual short term memory Rensink, Ronald A.; O'Regan, J. Kevin; ... The long inter-sniff-interval creates "change anosmia," in which humans have trouble discerning smells that are not highly ...
*  HIST1H1A
2004). "Long-term memory requires polyADP-ribosylation". Science. 304 (5678): 1820-2. doi:10.1126/science.1096775. PMID ...
*  Anton Chekhov
Anton took a full glass, examined it, smiled at me and said: "It's a long time since I drank champagne." He drained it and lay ... Sekirin, Peter (2011). Memories of Chekhov: Accounts of the Writer from His Family, Friends and Contemporaries. Foreword by ... It was he who articulated the notion that human beings hardly ever speak in explicit terms among each other about their deepest ... Before long, Chekhov was attracting literary as well as popular attention. The sixty-four-year-old Dmitry Grigorovich, a ...
*  Perkins Eastman
... long-term care and memory support environments; geriatric healthcare and short-term rehabilitation facilities; and Small House ... Some notable projects include the World (Wright) Financial Center (1990), Renaissance Technologies Corporation in Long Island, ...