semantic memory

NOUN
  1. your memory for meanings and general (impersonal) facts
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How To Use semantic memory In A Sentence

  • These should be indelibly carved in the semantic memory, so forgetting them could mean a problem. Times, Sunday Times
  • A schema is a structure in semantic memory that specifies the general arrangement of a body of information, so it helps to understand the global coherence of discourse.
  • Difficulties with word usage are rare in persons with Huntington's disease, as are frank aphasia or impairments in semantic memory.
  • Dictionaries define one word in terms of others, and this characteristic may be shared to some extent by semantic memory.
  • Thus, your semantic memory contains an image of a cat. Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers,
  • These should be hard-wired in the semantic memory, so forgetting them could mean you have a problem. Times, Sunday Times
  • So what we call semantic memory, remembering things by conceptual keys, like who was the first president of the United States. CNN Transcript Mar 26, 2005
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