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Memoria: codifica, archiviazione e richiamo

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    PJ C.
    GB
    PJ C.

    Why can't you remember how to compile these courses properly so that they actually show when I've completed a module?

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    Good

    Melissa Stephanie A.
    GB
    Melissa Stephanie A.

    The mind, brain and your memory are always processing working hard to sort information into there specific sections of impportance and size of the thought and how much it may be needed or used, all these just work like clockwork to allow you retrieve correct information at correct time, gives you all the words stored in there own section but all in correct format, layout for your conversation.

    Tamekia Dominquie T.
    US
    Tamekia Dominquie T.

    Memory makes us.

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Psychology -> Memory: encoding, storage and retrieval Encoding, storage and retrieval Many definitions of memory liken it to a computer system. For information to be successfully memorised and retrieved for later use, it goes through a number of different stages. Encoding - this involves changing stimuli into a useable form so the information can be transferred into storage. This is just like a computer where information punched into the keyboard is transformed into an electronic code that the computer can store. Storage - this is the retention of information in our long-term memory (LTM) which can later be retrieved. We store information in different areas of the brain whereas computers store information on disks. Also, the storage of our LTM is limitless however, computers have a finite capacity. Retrieval - this is the process of recovering information from LTM. We retrieve information via cues or prompts which is similar to computers.

    Dangana P.
    NG
    Dangana P.

    Is there any possibility of forgetfulness with computer systems?

    Dominic M.
    KE
    Dominic M.

    Storage of our LTM is limitless-so why should we forget anything once prompted!,-does the brain store erasers? or have a dead archive?

    Dominic M.
    KE
    Dominic M.

    If you are not able to remember something, what does that mean?

    Enemchukwu E.
    NG
    Enemchukwu E.

    ok

    Mike L.
    GB
    Mike L.

    Encoding/storage/retrieval, the humans memory is quite remarkable.

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