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M. T. Rustambekova


Memory impairment is the most common clinical problem.A wide variety of disorders of mental activity can be masked under apparent disorders of the mnestic function: attention disorders of the motivational, volitional, and emotional spheres. The main functions of human memory are purposeful memorization, preservation and arbitrary reproduction of information. Memorization is associated with the neurophysiological process of consolidation - fixing the code of information about an event or fact. From the point of view of modern memory physiology, information encoding proceeds as follows: perception - comparison with a sample in long-term memory - recognition/unrecognition - formation of temporary codes in short-term memory under the regulatory influence of selective attention – consolidation new Year's Eve in long-term memory.

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M. T. Rustambekova. (2024). MEMORY AND ITS DISORDERS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 12(2), 271–276. Retrieved from


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