BALANCE and EQUILIBRIUM
這篇是就外顯記憶(explicit memory) 的閱讀筆記整理。
the conscious, intentional recollection of factual information, previous experiences and concepts.
episodic memory: memory of experiences and specific events that occur during our lives
semantic memory: general world knowledge (facts, ideas, meaning and concepts) that can be articulated and is independent of personal experience
autobiographical memory: a memory system consisting of episodes recollected from an individual's life, based on a combination of episodic and semantic memory
spatial memory: memory responsible for recording information about one's environment and its spatial orientation
Specific episodes are made easier to remember and recall by repeatedly exposing oneself to them (which strengthens the links in the memory space) allowing for faster retrieval when remembering
remembering is an automatic process
Stress may have an effect on the recall of declarative memories.
It is believed that sleep plays an active role in consolidation of declarative memory
The view that sleep plays an active role in declarative memory consolidation is not shared by all researchers. ... sleep actively protects declarative memory from associative interference
More research is needed to make a definite statement whether sleep creates favourable conditions for consolidation or it actively enhances declarative memory consolidation
To create explicit memories, you have to do something with your experiences: think about them, talk about them, write them down, study them, etc. The more you do, the better you will remember.
The conditions in which information is memorized can affect recall. If a person has the same surroundings or cues when the original information is presented, they are more likely to remember it
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