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... others) do. Episodic sequence memory emerges from interactions between N3 episodic and N4 procedural memory as data is passed up the hierarchy, and it has some very cool features: it is parallel and can ...
... these exercises you recruited procedural memory, declarative memory and working memory, and initiated several temporary functional networks to process the concepts in your imagination.   working ...
... other things, the frontoparietal network plays a key role in analysis, declarative and procedural memory retrieval, abstract thinking and problem-solving, and has the fluidity and creativity to adapt according ...
4. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  c) find out exactly where the island of Muck is located During these exercises you recruited procedural memory, declarative memory and working memory, and initiated several temporary functional networks ...
... of who we are”.[30] Blue = memorized performance. Orange = improvization. Notice how the 'practice/repeat' process of procedural memory in N4 (right side of diagram) is sufficient for memorized ...
  NHA Tutorial 11 Procedural Memory & Metaphorization   INTRO We looked at Network 4 and some of its functions in the last tutorial, including our ability to abstract ...
...  4 Procedures & procedural memory, analog / qualitative sequences of events, regulation, order, repetition, timing, animal behaviours ...
...  4.3 Procedural memory & association [ ]A I have no difficulty understanding complex instructions as long as they are clear [ ]B I could give verbal directions for walking to my nearest post ...
... interaction, and Network 4 plays a major part in personal interaction and cultural skills; not least because it houses procedural memory for complex behaviors. It also plays a major role in our congruous ...
10. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... reach some insight.     4.3 Procedural memory & association Be amazed Mazes, like jigsaws, and playing music/singing, improve N3-N4 communication. http://krazydad.com/mazes/ ...
... almost as confused as if you look up 'imagination'. Terminology is horribly mixed up, with some researchers calling spatial memory procedural memory, some calling procedural memory a type of declarative ...
12. ICMM 10 Memory Editors (enhancing & wiping)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... kind of memory to dislodge is procedural memory, and it is probably the most basic kind of memory available to mammals. It covers actions, abilities and habits that are learned purely by patterning and ...
13. ICMM 12 Security & Firewalls (protection)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... there something urgent I should be doing'? Muscular movement is a very strong trigger to establishing keys for 'habit' memories because a part of them are in procedural memory; the strongest memory there ...
14. BTPT 1, 5
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... takes place and the computer's procedural memory is kept. In the left saucer section [network 5], are the computer's fact files and calculating processors [intellect]. In the middle is the bridge [network ...
... memory Procedural memory Declarative memory Working memory   All of these except for working memory have both short term (RAM) or long term (LTP) storage. LTP stands for ...
... rely a lot on thgis area. Long term procedural memory association, fine-tuned dexterity and tool use are also reliant on N4, as is your sense of humor, your appreciation of music and the part of your language ...