Heather Scott Long Term Memory

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Brain Research Project LTCY 199 - Summer 2009

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Heather Scott Long Term Memory

  1. 1. Long-term memory (LTM) is memory that can last as little as a few days or as long as decades. It differs structurally and functionally from working memory or short-term memory, which ostensibly stores items for only around 18 seconds (Peterson and Peterson, 1959) (Nelson, 2005)
  2. 2.  ourperceptions of the world, and influences what information in the environment we attend to. LTM provides the framework to which we attach new knowledge, and its properties have important implications for instructional design(Easton).
  3. 3. Long Term Memory Short Term Memory What you remember Keep something in more than a few mind for a very short minutes ago. amount of time. Lasts for a few days to Lasts for about 10 decades seconds.
  4. 4. Recognition Recall
  5. 5. Dietary Fats.
  6. 6.  Cross ward Puzzles  Card Games  Puzzles  Brain Teasers
  7. 7.  Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism  Alzheimer's Disease  Brain Tumor  Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease  Dementia  Depression  Drug Abuse  Encephalitis and Meningitis  Epilepsy (Seizure Disorder)  Human Immunodeficiency Virus  Parkinson's Disease  Pick Disease  Stroke
  8. 8.  Nelson, Aaron P., Ph.D. Achieving Optimal Memory (2005)
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