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Types Of Memory

  • Declarative (or Semantic) memory is our factual memory which stores the details like the information and figures, but not the visual, emotional or sensory details.
  • Episodic Memory stores our life events, for us to be able to relive our past, complete with all the atmospheric details.
  • Procedural Memory is the memory of skills, in which the brain records the sensory input from the various body parts and muscles during a particular activity, and is able to replicate the muscle application and movement.

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Our most repeated physical actions can, with continual practice, be performed automatically without any real-time awareness.

It is in the front of the Primary Motor Cortex, and is stimulated when we start learning a new skill or are in the planning stages.

It is the area of the brain responsible for learning new skills.

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