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the ability to recall details, e.g.the time and 31 of past events
different to semantic memory – the ability to remember general information about the 32
which does not involve recalling 33 information
involves receiving and processing information the more 34 given to an event, the more successfully it can be encoded
to remember a 35 , it is useful to have a strategy for encoding such information
most effective when memories can be added to a 36 of related information
the 37 of retrieval affects the strength of memories
memory retrieval often depends on using a prompt, e.g.the 38 of an object near to the place where you left your car
games which stimulate the 39 have been found to help people with schizophrenia
children with autism may have difficulty forming episodic memories – possibly because their concept of the 40 may be absent