Sensory Memory

Sensory Memory

The part of the memory system which is the initial contact for stimuli. Sensory memory is only capable of retaining information for a very short period of time. This type of memory allows your eye to have a larger field of vision by remembering images that your eye has already focused on. In actuality, your eyes’ field of vision is quite small but because of sensory memory, you are able to remember stimulus your eye has already viewed.

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