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This project is based on the human memory model. A description of each of the model steps will be identified. While describing the steps, examples that illustrate the process will be given. Also, the factors that enhance or impede the flow of information in each step of the process and proactive and retroactive interference and how one counteract their effects; while studying in order to facilitate maximum retention via long-term memory. Finally, explanations of other kinds of forgetting and a discussion of strategies that can improve memory consolidation and retrieval will be discussed.

A theory of human memory should not only identify a set of processes and stores, but also be able to help answer questions such as how long it will take to retrieve accessible information and when information will be forgotten or inaccessible. To do this, the theory must specify properties of the processes and stores.
The basic memory processes are encoding, which is information that is coded or transformed so it can enter your memory. The second is storage. This stores and consolidates the information over time. And there’s retrieval, which allows you to get the information when needed. It’s important to know that when talking about encoding, there are three types: Acoustic meaning sounds, visuals meaning images and pictures, and semantic which gives meaning.
The process of the memory model is Sensory Memory, Short Term Memory, and Long Term Memory. Sensory memory holds the sensation of a sensory stimulus for a brief period of time after the stimulus ends (Valdosta, 2011). There are two types of sensory models: iconic and echoic. Iconic holds visual trace for about one second, for instance, the blink of an eye. Echoic holds memory trace for about two - four seconds. For example the last few words someone says or the last song you hear may…...

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