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Relations Among Memory Systems In Long-term Memory

While it is thought that the procedural, episodic, and semantic memory systems operate relatively independently, it is obvious that they also interact and work together. For instance, one's procedural knowledge of how to ride a bike or operate a computer will be linked with one's semantic knowledge of how bikes and computers work in general. Moreover, episodic memories of, for instance, one's first date, will add to one's semantic knowledge of dating in general, and possibly one's procedural knowledge of how to best have a good time on a date.

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Science EncyclopediaScience & Philosophy: Mathematics to Methanal trimerMemory - History, Theories Of Basic Memory Processes, Models Of Memory Operation, Three Information Processing Systems - Divisions of long-yerm memory