The third stage, in which the person remembers the information that was stored, or they retrieve the information from storage.
The second stage, in which the brain holds on to and retains the information for later use.
The first stage of forming a memory, where the brain processes the sensory information into a form that can be remembered.
Auditory/hearing sensory memory.
Visual/sight sensory memory.
Brief, normally unconscious copies of sensory information around us, which can either be discarded or remembered for later use.