Long-Term Memory

Long-Term Memory

The term long-term memory refers to the unlimited capacity memory store that can hold information over lengthy periods of time. By saying “lengthy periods of time” we mean that it is possible for memories in LTM to remain there for an entire lifetime. In addition, there are three types of memories that can be stored in LTM: procedural memory, semantic memory, and episodic memory.

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