TO WHAT EXTENT IS MEMORY THE CONTENT OF WHAT WE RECALL, AND TO WHAT EXTENT THE PROCESS OF RECOLLECTION?

TO WHAT EXTENT IS MEMORY THE CONTENT OF WHAT WE RECALL, AND TO WHAT EXTENT THE PROCESS OF RECOLLECTION?

Summary

The ability of human being to recall the past events, and link them with the ones experienced currently can be looked at using both the content of what is recalled, and the whole process of recollection. By definition memory refers to re-accessing or retrieving the stored information.  The content of what we recall is mainly used to refer to the memory. In this regard, the strength or the ability of human memory is determined by the time taken to recall the information, the similarity of the recalled information with the original, and the amount of information that can be recalled. On the other hand, the strength of the memory can be assessed by the easiness or the process of recollection. in as much as these two conceptualization of the human memory are widely relied upon by psychologists and other specialists to test the memory, much of the literature available inclines to the conceptualization that the human memory is determined to a large extent by the content of what we recall and to a small extent by the recollection process.

Retrieval or recall of a memory is used to refer to the succeeding re-accessing of information or, incidents or events from the past that have been previously stored and encoded in our brain. The strength of human being or any other living thing’s memory is determined by the size of the content that they can recall and the period that is taken before the content is lost or forgotten. However, memory is not in entirety defined by the content that we recall but also buy the process of recollection. A recollection process is usually the course or the procedure that is taken by the brain to recover the encoded and previously…………………..

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