Psychology Today article
If you find that remembering the name you gave your child tough
The process of memorising information can be split into four distinct stages. These are:
- The registering of information by the five senses – sight, hearing, smell, touch and/or taste.
- The interpretation by the brain of the impulses that are generated by the five senses. This is what is termed understanding.
- The temporary storage of the information in the so-called short-term memory.
- Finally, the transfer of the information from the short-term, to the long-term memory. This is where a (theoretically) permanent record of the memory is stored.
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Captured the classroom environment in many of our countries more challenged schools”Some will say that the episode was extreme; others will say that it came up short but all will agree that it captured the essence of a schools system crying for help.
The Wire is without a doubt the most riveting series on television, and begs for a discussion on what is this country’s commitment to education.Play
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