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Semantic Memory

Semantic Memory

Submitted by • August 17, 2016

In week five, we learnt about the semantic memory. The semantic memory is the section of a person’s memory that stores general knowledge. It accounts for what we know. Chapter 7 of the book Cognition presents a number of researches that attempt to describe how information is retrieved from the semantic memory.

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