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(Brown and Kulik, 1977). The question of whether our memory is reliably accurate has been shown to have implications in providing precise details of past events. (The British Psychological Association, 2011). In this essay, I would put forth arguments that human memory, in fact, is not completely reliable in providing accurate depictions of our past experiences. Evidence can be seen in the following two studies that support these arguments by examining episodic memory in humans.
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Memory Psychology and neuroscience theorize that the human brain uses three different memory systems to function. Long-term, short-term, and working memory function in concert to form a complex system that facilitates sensory processing, problem solving, encoding, and retrieval. Information that finds its way to long-term memory references events from the distant past. Sort term memory holds recent events. The theoretical memory readily available and actively working to enable the individual as he strives to understand the complexity of a problem and the simplest solution is working memory.
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