Memory Process:

✳Sensory Memory:
Sensory memory holds an information about 1 seconds after it is perceived. It is automatic response which is out of cognitive control. It passes information into nervous system. Unless the information is not passed into short-term memory the information may be loosed. The sensory memory also two types:

i)Iconic S.M: It related with visual/image information.

ii)Econic S.M: It is related with audio information.
✳Short-term Memory:

It is also known as working memory. It allows recall for a several seconds to a minute without rehersal. Modern estimate of short term memory can be increased by chunking method of information at least 4-5 items.
✳Long-term memory:

Information that makes its way from short term memory to long term memory, enters to a store space of almost unlimited capacity. The information that is stored in long term memory can be retrieved when we need it.

Long-term Memory Module:

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