Sensory memory

Sensory memory: Allows retaining impressions of sensory information after the original stimulus it’s been done. sensory memory provides a detailed representation of our entire sensory experience for which relevant pieces of information are extracted by short-term memory. an example of this is fast-moving lights in the darkness of the night.

short term memory: Also called working memory holds just a few items and only last about seconds for example when someone gives you a phone number in order for you to pass this to the long-term memory you will have to repeat it to yourself a few times.

Long-Term Memory: We usually hold this memory for longer, some can last from the time they are created until we example of this is episodic memory that is related to a personal experience ex: when i went to Spain i visited the City of Arts Museum.

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