Learning and Short-Term Memory

Provided you have paid attention to a perception, for less than one-half second, that piece of information has been moved, by sensory memory, to short-term memory. That perceived piece of information has begun its journey to being learned.  Remember one component of learning is to store information in long-term memory.  Short-term memory is important in

Learning and Sensory Memory

Because memory is an important component of learning we must study elementary knowledge about memory.  An excellent source for study beyond what I present in these posts is the website http://www.human-memory.net .  The most widely accepted model of memory consists of three stages/parts called sensory memory, short-term memory, and long-term memory.  There are refinements and