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Summary: Semantic memory is one of the two types of declarative memory. This video explains the importance of semantic memory, how it differs from episodic memory, and more.
Summary: Yale professor discusses specific topics covered include the different memory types, memory limitations, strategies that improve memory, and memory disorders.
Summary: Accommodation is a term developed by Jean Piaget to describe the process in which we modify existing cognitive schemas in order to include new information.
Summary: Dr. Steven Howard from Early Start Research Institute (ESRI) School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences University of Wollongong talks about Memory Schemas.
Summary: In this video, as you observe your surroundings at an art museum, you’ll come to understand how your brain categorizes memory so you can remember your experiences.
Summary: While “brain training” games have become popular, there is a better way to increase attention, new research suggests.
Summary: The main theories of forgetting developed by psychologists. The first answer is more likely to be applied to forgetting in short term memory, the second to forgetting in long-term memory.
Summary: Our ability to remember and learn are among the most fundamental and significant of our brain’s abilities. Not only does the brain permit us to experience everything around us, it allows us to re-experience our past.
Summary: Understanding the boundary conditions of memory reconsolidation.