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*  Observational learning
Meltzoff, A (1988). "Infants imitation after 1-week delay: Long -Term memory for novel acts and multiple stimuli". ... The second group was a peer mastery group, which watched a short video of similar-aged children who had very good task ... Retention/Memory: Observers must not only recognize the observed behavior but also remember it at some later time. This process ... The first group was a control group where the children watched a short cartoon video unrelated to swimming. ...
*  Spatial memory
... has representations within working, short-term memory and long-term memory. Research indicates that there are ... processing short-term memory and transferring memory from the short term to longer delay periods. Infusion of amphetamine into ... The test can be used to measure both short-term and long-term spatial memory, depending on the length of time between test and ... Tasks which employ short-term memory include learning, reasoning, and comprehension. Spatial memory is a cognitive process that ...
*  Repressed memory
The neuroscientist Donald Hebb (1904-1985) was the first to distinguish between short-term memory and long-term memory. ... Memories stored for longer than this are stored in "long-term memory". Whether information is stored in long-term memory ... are stored in short-term memory for up to a few minutes; this memory depends on "reverberating" electrical activity in neuronal ... In animal studies, high levels of cortisol can cause hippocampal damage, which may cause short-term memory deficits; in humans ...
*  Transient global amnesia
... with older memories returning first, and the repetitive fugue slowly lengthening so that the victim retains short-term memory ... is a temporary but almost total disruption of short-term memory with a range of problems accessing older memories. A person in ... "Long-term memory following transient global amnesia: an investigation of episodic and semantic memory". Acta Neurologica ... "Sex Can Trigger Short-Term Amnesia". AOL News. Archived from the original on November 8, 2009. Retrieved 7 November 2009. "The ...
*  Fully Buffered DIMM
... architecture introduces an advanced memory buffer (AMB) between the memory controller and the memory module ... In 2007, Intel demonstrated FB-DIMM with shorter latencies, CL5 and CL3, showing improvement in latencies. On August 5, 2008, ... "a long-term strategic direction for servers". Sun Microsystems is using FB-DIMMs for the Niagara II (UltraSparc T2) server ... HyperCloud Memory Load Reduced DIMM (LRDIMM) Rami Marwan Nasr (2005). "FBSim and the Fully Buffered DIMM memory system ...
*  Effects of stress on memory
Stress can also enhance the neural state of memory formation.[clarification needed] Short-term memory (STM) is the ability to ... Both aspects of autobiographical memory, episodic memory, the memory system regarding specific events, and semantic memory, the ... Most of the research on stress and memory has been done on working memory (WM), as opposed to STM. Working memory (WM), similar ... Implicit memory, or more precisely procedural memory, is memory of information without conscious awareness or ability to ...
*  Prospective memory
... prospective and retrospective memory, short-term memory and long-term memory, and self-cued and environmentally-cued memory. ... assessed prospective memory, short-term memory, and self-cued memory. Questions such as "Do you repeat the same story to the ... 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 ...
*  Antennal lobe
Mark Stopfer & Gilles Laurent (1999). "Short-term memory in olfactory network dynamics" (PDF). Nature. 402 (6762): 664-668. doi ... The antennal lobe is composed of densely packed neuropils, termed glomeruli, where the sensory neurons synapse with the two ...
*  Cognition
This experiment focuses on human short-term memory. Memory span During the memory span experiment, each subject is presented ... "Unit 7: Memory." p. 126 Madigan, S.; O'Hara, R. (1992). "Short-term memory at the turn of the century: Mary Whiton Calkin's ... the same for letters that sound dissimilar and short words. The memory span is projected to be shorter with letters that sound ... Nairne, J.; Whiteman, H.; Kelley, M. (1999). "Short-term forgetting of order under conditions of reduced interference" (PDF). ...
*  John L. Locke
Locke, J. L. (1970). Short-term memory encoding strategies of the deaf. Psychonomic Science, 12, 233-234. Locke, J. L., & ... Locke, J. L., & Kutz, K. (1975). Memory for speech and speech for memory. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 18, 176-191. ... and both of which provide extensive and long-term opportunities for learning that lay groundwork for human language and culture ...
*  Susan Brady (psychologist)
Brady, S., Mann, V., & Schmidt, R. (1987). Errors in short-term memory for good and poor readers. Memory & Cognition, 15(5), ... Brady, S. (1986). Short-term Memory, Phonological Processing and Reading Ability. Annals of Dyslexia, Vol. 36, 138-153. ... 5] Brady, S., Shankweiler, D., & Mann, V. (1983). Speech perception and memory coding in relation to reading ability. Journal ... words and some related terms. Journal of Literacy Research, V.34, No. 3, pp. 299-336. Shankweiler, D., Lundquist, E., Katz, L ...
*  Kak neural network
These networks, therefore, model short-term biological memory. The training algorithm for binary data creates links to the new ...
*  Amnesia
... but Molaison lost the ability to form new long-term memories (anterograde amnesia). He exhibited normal short-term memory ... This gave researchers evidence that short-term and long-term memory are in fact two different processes. Even though he forgot ... The person's short-term memory may appear to be normal, but the person may have a difficult time attempting to recall a past ... M, Kinsbourne (1975). Short-term memory processes and the amnesic syndrome. New York: Academic. pp. 258-91. H, Weingartner ( ...
*  Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies
The Workspace, a model of short-term memory. Here partial structures are constructed and dismantled. The temporary results may ... Copycat has three major components: The Slipnet, a model of long-term memory in humans. It contains concepts of various degrees ... The field of application of the program is a domain of short alphabetic sequences. A typical puzzle is: If abc were changed to ... In fact, only the terms used in the example suggest that the input to the programs comes from a concrete situation. The logical ...
*  Saturday Night Live (season 28)
bold denotes Weekend Update anchor Davis, Tom (2009). Thirty-nine Years of Short-term Memory Loss. Grove Press. p. 173. ISBN ...
*  Isabel Gauthier
Memory, and Cognition. 34 (6): 1356-1368. doi:10.1037/a0013080. Curby, K.M.; Gauthier, I. (2007). "A visual short-term memory ... Memory, and Cognition. 34 (2): 328-42. doi:10.1037/0278-7393.34.2.328. Wong, C.-N.; Gauthier, I.; Woroch, B.; DeBuse, C.; ...
*  Hippocampal memory encoding and retrieval
The hippocampus plays an important role in the transfer of information from short-term memory to long-term memory during ... During acquisition, stimuli are committed to short term memory. Consolidation is where the hippocampus along with other ... Nevertheless, the commonality that exists in every consolidation phase is a short-lived destabilization of a memory object and ... The reconsolidation hypothesis claims that objects encoded into long term memory experience a new period of consolidation, or ...
*  Eidetic imagery
... from memory.'" At times the eidetic has been likened to a short-term memory image also known as an icon (Sperling, 1960, 1967; ... Sperling, George (1967). "Successive approximations to a model for short-term memory". Acta Psychologica. 27: 285-292. doi: ... When time is considered, eidetics, especially structural ones, are not only recalled in the short-term but can also be recalled ... In more recent uses of the term, vivid memory images have been described as eidetic images (Horowitz, 1970, p. 22), "an ...
*  Kinesthetic learning
The learning and the memory is generally short term. To achieve a long term memory different techniques can be used depending ... but also only retain the information into their short-term memory. Just like studying for an exam; if a student tries to learn ... but more frequently and long-term, their brain will retain this information much longer as it is stored in the long-term memory ... This kind of learning leads to a long-term memory since it is associated with emotions such as excitement, curiosity, anger, ...
*  George Sperling
1967 Sperling, G. (1967). Successive approximations to a model for short-term memory. Acta Psychologica, 27, 285-292. 1967 ... He believed that all 9 letters were stored in the viewer's memory for a short period of time, but the memory failed leading to ... thus showing that visual stimuli that are not added to short term memory are discarded less than 5 milliseconds of initial ... Sperling called this iconic memory. This was exemplified through Sperling's Iconic Memory Test. This test involves having a ...
*  William Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, 5th Duke of Portland
His ailments included short term memory loss and sciatica. On 27 March 1854, he succeeded his father as 5th Duke of Portland. ... While there were occasional labour disputes over wages and hours, the duke was on very good terms with his many employees and ...
*  Alice F. Healy
... spanning diverse topics including short-term memory, long-term memory, psycholinguistics, reading, decision-making, and ... Memory & Cognition, 5(6), 636-647. Healy, A. F. (1974). Separating item from order information in short-term memory. Journal of ... She continued her education at The Rockefeller University where she completed her Ph.D. dissertation titled Short-term Memory ... Healy and her colleagues investigated the effect of temporal and spatial order of information on short-term memory. In a study ...
*  Integrative agnosia
Due to the impairment, it was identified that the patient did not have intact imagery and visual short-term memory, made ... The patient proved able to receive the spatial material well with short-term memory when manipulating materials without a ... J.A was the subject in this case study to determine the effects integrative agnosia has on visual and spatial short-term memory ... because of the inability to accurately code the patterns in the visual short-term memory. Riddoch, M.; Humphreys, G. W.; Akhtar ...
*  Subvocalization
The ability to store verbal material in working memory, and the storage of verbal material in short-term memory relies on a ... This loop, proposed by Baddeley and Hitch, represents a system that is composed of a short-term store in which memory is ... This suggests a strong role played by subvocalization in the encoding of speech sounds into short-term memory. It has also been ... The role of subvocal rehearsal is also seen in short-term memory. Research has confirmed that this form of rehearsal benefits ...
*  Memory and aging
... short-term memory and priming find that episodic memory is especially impaired in normal aging; some types of short-term memory ... In contrast, implicit, or procedural memory, typically shows no decline with age. Other types of short-term memory show little ... "Memory loss: 7 tips to improve your memory". Mayo Clinic. Retrieved 9 May 2011. "Improving Memory and Treating Memory Loss". ... This region is important in episodic memory, which is one of the two types of long-term human memory, and it contains the ...
*  Ral Partha Enterprises
The partnership was short lived and in 1984 Games Workshop established their own U.S. subsidiary and became a direct competitor ... 13], TMP: In Memory of Charles B. Crain III, Accessed November 24, 2008. Ral Partha Inc. 1989 Catalog Ral Partha Enterprises, ... When mixed together, the blue and yellow components of the putty formed a green putty which gave rise to the term "Greens" for ... Finding themselves still short of funds, the three enlisted Marc Rubin, Chuck Crain, and Jack Hesselbrock as partners. The six ...
*  Illusory conjunctions
... in short term auditory memory occur also. When a set of tones is played in a sequence, illusory ... While memory errors can aid in the formation of illusory conjunctions their formation is not dependent on memory errors. These ... Illusory conjunctions can also occur in memory. In vision, images can be combined through a lapse in memory of an image that is ... With a short span of time to interpret an object, blending of different aspects within a region of the visual field - like ...