10 In the Language of Multiple Memory Systems Defining and Describing Developments in Long-Term Declarative Memory

@inproceedings{Bauer200610IT,
  title={10 In the Language of Multiple Memory Systems Defining and Describing Developments in Long-Term Declarative Memory},
  author={Patricia J. Bauer and Tracy DeBoer and Angela F. Lukowski},
  year={2006}
}
Memory is a fundamental cognitive capacity. Without it, we would live only for the moment. Although we might do well to heed advice to “live for today,” appreciation of today is significantly enhanced by the ability to remember yesterday and to anticipate tomorrow. Memory permits these functions by allowing us to store and reflect upon previous experience and use it to guide present as well as future behavior. The continuity afforded by memory is readily apparent as soon as children develop the… CONTINUE READING

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