This pin describes episodic and semantic memory - types of long-term memory. Episodic memory is of particular places and events in a person's life. Semantic memory is the memory a person has for meaning - knowledge about what. When you combine these two types of memory, the information is more memorable and retrievable (p. 234).
Some children with language impairments might also have difficulty with executive functioning. If that is the case, SLPs must work towards improving a child's memory, attention, recall and other cognitive skills.
Types of Memory: Working Memory Tied to Your Child’s Intelligence This article provides information on the types of memory your child needs for higher learning. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Integrated Learning Strategies (ILS) is a learning and academic center. As a reminder, ILS is not a health care provider and none of our…
Do not find car keys, you left your lunch at home, forgot to congratulate your best friend on birthday, it’s hard to remember the names of people in a new company? All these and other unpleasant changes that are associated with memory cause dissatisfaction and bring chaos to life. So it’s time to focus on […]
There are a number of different types of memory. Memories may be either explicit (like semantic and episodic memory) or implicit (like procedural memory, which is related to how to do things). They may be short-term (like working memory and sensory memory) or stored long-term. Find out more in this Insights Into Psychology post on Mental Health @ Home. #memory #psychology
Teenagers’ brains “trim down” childhood thoughts and memories. This is called synaptic pruning of childhood mental connections that are considered superficial or useless. #facts #psychology #psychfacts #childhood #memories (STUDY LINK IN POST)