Terms

Aeon 06: Memory

Memory is one of the central human capacities. Combined with communication (speach, writing) it is the key to a cumulative dimension of human learning after death of an individual. Warburg classed memory under psychology. The art of memory as a discipline was called Mnemonics. Memory is linked with Libra and ennoia. Scope Note Narrower Term: Animal memory Narrower Term: Attention Narrower Term: Autobiographical memory See Also: Comprehension Narrower Term: Conservation (Psychology) Narrower Term: Interruption (Psychology) Narrower Term: Maze tests See Also: Mnemonics Narrower Term: Music memorizing See Also: Perseveration (Psychology) Narrower Term: Recognition (Psychology) Narrower Term: Recollection (Psychology) See Also: Reproduction (Psychology) Narrower Term: Short-term memory Narrower Term: Priming (Psychology) Narrower Term: Déjà vu Narrower Term: Early memories Narrower Term: Flashbulb memory Narrower Term: Long-term memory Narrower Term: Recovered memory Narrower Term: Implicit memory Narrower Term: Explicit memory Narrower Term: Hindsight bias (Psychology) Narrower Term: Eidetic imagery Narrower Term: Collective memory Narrower Term: Involuntary memory Narrower Term: Prospective memory
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