Memory is a cognitive ability that allows us to encode, store, and remember information. There are three types of memory: sensory, long-term, and short-term. Long-term memory allows us to store and remember information related to our lives or general information related to our environment. Short-term memory allows us to retain a limited amount of information for a brief period to complete daily activities, such as remembering the steps completed and needed to be done to prepare a meal. Sensory memory allows us to perceive the information around us. Strong memory processes are essential for our survival and daily interaction with our environment. Memory processes occur in the hippocampus along with input from other brain regions.
Retaining information for later use
Recalling information accurately
Using memorized information to complete complex tasks
Memorization strategies and techniques
Quick! Form all the words as possible by combining their separate fragments.
Memorize the key elements of a text in order to later reconstruct it in a logical manner.
Your client must find the word hidden within the scrambled arrangement of letters.
Are you sure you know all your shapes and colors? Find out with this game.
Several characters have been substituted and you have to find out which ones.
Hark back to centuries past and memorize coats of arms and all their complexities.
A mix of numbers and letters to stimulate verbal working memory and short-term visual memory.
Memorize itineraries through the most beautiful regions on earth.
A guided tour of famous monuments in great cities across the world.
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