A flashbulb memory is a vivid and concrete memory that is created in the brain when a person experiences or learns of emotional, shocking events. People tend to remember very specific details of flashbulb memories.
Memorials are extremely diverse, ranging from the grandiose Taj Mahal in India to the comparatively humble statue of Abraham de Peyster in Thomas Paine Park, Lower Manhattan. Monuments may pay tribute to individuals, as in the case of these two examples, or to historic ...
Examples of episodic memory might include the day a person’s younger brother was born, the first day on the school bus or the pony rides at a birthday party. Remembering breaking one’s leg skiing and taking the driver’s license test are also episodic memories.
Some examples of memorial speeches are "The Gettysburg Address" and "A Sister's Eulogy for Steve Jobs." Another memorial speech that talks about the pain of losing a deceased person is Senator Jacob Javits' eulogy for U.S. President John F. Kennedy.
Memorial Day in the United States is celebrated on the last Monday of May. In 2016, Memorial Day will be observed on Monday, May 30.
Corsair PC3-17000 Dominator GT 2GB, Crucial Technology PC3-17000 Ballistix 2GB and Kingston PC3-17060 HyperX H2O 2GB are a few examples of primary memory, often called RAM or Random Access Memory, that hold 2 gigabytes of data. Corsair, Crucial Technology and Kingston a...
Memory is a process through which experiences and information are encoded, stored and retrieved. Encoding transforms the information into a usable form that is subsequently stored and maintained for a certain amount of time. Afterwards, the information can be brought in...