Introduction

You are bombarded with information every waking moment. Once selected, some information passes from immediate memory—that is, what you can sense—into short-term or holding memory. Finally, a small amount of the original information makes it to permanent long-term memory. The final move to long-term memory is what we call learning. In this chapter, you will learn how information is captured, selected, and stored.

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