Amnesia

Amnesia (memory failure)

The French psychologist Theodule Armand Ribot has firstly studied about amnesia. Amnesia means the loss of memory and disorder which is caused by problems in the functioning of the memory areas of the brain.

Types:

1)Retrograde Amnesia: It refers to inability to recall the memories before onset of amnesia. It is caused due to head trauma or the brain damage in some part of the brain beside the Hippocampus.
2)Anterograde Amnesa: It refers to the inability to creat new memories after an incident which causes brain damage while long term memory from before the event, remain inact.
3)Infantile Amnesia: It is the common inability to remember events from ones own childhood.
4)Lacunar Amnesia: It is the loss of memry of some one special.
🌟How to control forgetting❓

i)Continuous learning

ii)Retrieve/recall

iii)Keyboard technique(mnemonic)

iv)Making effective note

v)Comparison/discussion

vi)Interest/willing/attention/concentrate

vii)SQ3R method(Survey, Question, Read, Recite & Review)

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