In psychological terms memory refers to information that is encoded, stored and retrieved by the brain. In layman terms, it refers to a person’s ability to remember things. Many mental disorders are characterised by amnesia or memory loss and hence a person’s ability to remember things plays an important role in their physical and mental well-being.
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March 08, 2013 at 01:37pm
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