New Trends in Psychology, Vol 1, No 1 (2019)

The Role of the Ambient and Internal Context in the Process of Memory Functionality Optimization

Laura Viorela Kovacs

Abstract


Purpose of this research is to observe that there is a correlation between theorganization/structuring of information during encoding, the environmental context, theinternal/emotional state of the subject during encoding, and the optimization / improvement of thememory functionality in the process of updating the information. Considering this premise, theresearch aims to observe that if the environmental and internal context existing in the encodingprocess is similar to the one existing in the updating process, there will be a beneficial effect on theefficiency of updating the information, whether presented in an organized, structured manner. Thestudy aims to demonstrate that the data refresh processes can also be influenced by emotional factors,in which emotion may enhance memory performance (eg flash memories or state-dependentlearning). The absence of any affectionate or motivational burden always results in superficial andshort-term impress.

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