Elaborative Rehearsal: Long-Term Memory

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Long-term memory is a system of memory into which information is placed to be kept more/less permanently. Elaborative Rehearsal is a method of transferring information from the short-term memory into long-term memory by making the information meaningful. One way a person can do this is my practicing the notes of a song over and over again until they can play the song without the sheet music. Nondeclarative memory is a type of long-term memory including memory for skills, procedures, habits and conditioned responses. For example, repetition for tying shoes or signing my name is a nondeclarative memory. It is very hard for people who have had an injury to forget how to do nondeclarative habits or procedures. Declarative memory, on the other hand,
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