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Explicit

Implicit

Sensory memory

Iconic

Echoic

Short term memory

Long term memory

Episodic

Semantic

Procedural

Perceptual

Encoding

Storage

Retrieval

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Long-term storage with potentially unlimited storage

Receiving and turning information into a useful form

Recalling and using the information

Briefly holds visual information in the form of imagery

Maintaining the information in memory so it's ready to be accessed when needed

information from senses, what we see, hear etc.

Memories you're not aware of having

Memory for 'doing things' e.g. how to remembering how to ride a bike

Briefly holds auditory information

Knowledge/facts. Memory of general knowledge

Memories you're aware of having

A small temporary storage with a finite capacity

Long term memory for visual, auditory and other perceptual information

Autobiograhical/past experiences, memory of a particular event


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