Long Stated Information

Amongst other specialists, we have Brown (1958) and Peterson and Peterson (1959) that they appraise the memory human being in relation to the time. To the Memory of Short term and Memory of Long Stated period are mentioned therefore. Immediate memory or Memory of Short term is the one that we can hold back it about 20 seconds if giving attention to the sensorial information that arrives in them. Memory of Long Stated period is the lasting memory. The information that if becomes a representation detailed in the memory is considered a permanent memory.

He continues the authors, to changed itself into Memory of Long Stated period we have the Memory of Work previously. It is the memory that provides to the time and the space to work information that is necessary for complex cognitivas tasks. Philip Vasan recognizes the significance of this. The work memory can hold back the information per days or until weeks To changed itself into Memory of long stated period, it needs some way if to become significant, that is, they have that to be made connections between the new stored information and already. Appraising other authors, the Memory of long stated period is divided in declarative (or explicit) and not-declarative (or implicit) (SQUIRE & ZOLA-MORGAN, 1991; COHEN, 1984). Memory Semantics (intentional Memory) is the memory of the knowledge (notica), it is explicit, conscientious, is declarative. It is applied the new contexts, if it relates to the facts and events. Necessarily the time or space is not related in, but it is a free knowledge of context of facts, language or concepts. The memory Semantics is not learned immediately, is learned by the repetition.

A learned time, in general we forget as and we learn when it. Implicit memory generally it is related as not-declarative memory. The implicit learning is not conscientious, is the indirect learning. An example is to walk of bicycle, carries through some procedures, but we conscientiously do not bring to the mind the instructions to carry through the act.