How human memory works?
There is no firm distinction between how you remember and how you think.
The process of memory begins with: encoding, then proceeds to storage and, eventually, retrieval
Your sensations travel to hippocampus which integrated these perceptions as they were occurring into one single experience. Experts believe that the hippocampus, along with another part of the brain called the frontal cortex, is responsible for analyzing these various sensory inputs and deciding if they're worth remembering
hree ways we store memories first in the sensory stage then in short-term memory ultimately, in long-term memory.
Memory retrieval, when you want to remember something, you retrieve the information on an unconscious level, bringing it into your conscious mind at will. If you've forgotten something, it may be because you didn't encode it very effectively, because you were distracted while encoding should have taken place