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The mental function of retaining information about stimuli, events, images, ideas etc. Includes false memory ansd recovered memory

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Atkinson and Shiffrin´s Model - Atkinson and Shiffrin´s model Sensory memory Short-term or working memory Long-term memory. A Slide Show. 4/5
Everyday Memory (Human Memory) - Good links resources.  3/5
Flashbulb Memories - Where Were You Then? - From the Memory ExpansionSite. 3/5
Long-Term Working Memory - That generates associations forming a new memory structure connected to most of the ....  An Article.  3/5
MDMA & Its Effects on Memory Research - An Overview of Current Research - 2/28/00 by Erowid. 3/5
SARMAC - The Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition - The purpose of SARMAC (The Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition).  3/5
'Smart mice' offer clues to memory studies - March 16, 200. An Article. 3/5
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Theories of Forgetting - Decay Theory, Consolidation Theory, Interference Theory,Retrieval Failure, Repression. 3/5
 
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Google Scholarly Article on Memory - Click Here
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Wikipedia - Memory - Click Here
    
False Memory
British False Memory Society - Here is an opportunity to review the controversy surrounding "recovered memories" and false accusations of childhood sexual abuse.  3/5
False Memory Syndrome - Creating Memories Part One "Christian psychologists" follow the theories of secular theorists and they pick up certain ideas and treat them as truth. One set of currently popular psychological notions is that people repress impulses.  3/5
 
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Google Scholarly Article on False Memory - Click Here
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Wikipedia - False Memory - Click Here
 
Recovered Memories
Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse   3/5
 
Google Articles
Google Scholarly Article on Recovered Memories - Click Here The mental function of retaining information about stimuli, events, images, ideas etc. Includes false memory ansd recovered memory
Wikipedia
Wikipedia - Recovered Memories - Click Here
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