Human memory is a complicated series of cycles. Every single stimulus is stored for some amount of time. The exact amount is dependent upon what that individual finds as important. The short term memory holds a small amount of information. This means about seven different pieces of information for no more than 30 seconds a piece. Long term memory then holds what information is deemed as important. The more times the piece of information is used, the more likely it can stay in long-term memory.
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