How do we remember what we’ve just learned? The process of learning is always a process of retrieval. During this process of retrieval, we store information in our memory. The process of recalling that information is a process of learning a new memory.
The process of retrieval is the same process that we use to remember information. It doesn’t matter if you’re learning about a pet or your mom, the most important thing is that you aren’t just reliving a memory. You’re learning about the new memory.
Learning is a process that is always changing. This means that it is very difficult to remember what we have learned. In fact, it is pretty impossible for us to learn information if we get the information wrong. Because our information storage and retrieval systems are so flexible, we continue to learn new things even when our brain is on autopilot. One of the main functions of our brain is to recognize what we have learned, so you can make sure you are remembering it correctly.
In the process of learning, information is stored in several places. One is the hippocampus in the back of our brain. This is the main place in the brain where we store our information. Another place is the frontal lobes, called the “executive” part of the brain. This is where we get our decision-making power. Then there is the “default” part of the brain, which is where we store temporary information that we use when we aren’t thinking.
In the process of getting information out of memory storage, we learn how to use these systems in the future. This is called working memory and is the first place we should work with before we get any information out of memory storage.
The default brain has a different organization than the frontal part. This is because there is more memory in the default than the frontal. The default has much more information in it and can hold more than you need. We are also constantly learning and building new ones. The default is also more complex and hard to learn with. It is important to remember that the default is not the part of our brain that we use all the time as a default.