Glossary / Lexicon
Declarative memory is defined as a form of memory that is explicit, verbalizable, and accessible to conscious awareness . It is the part of long-term memory containing specific factual information. Declarative memory refers to memory that a person can state in words; a memory system thought to contain knowledge, facts, information, ideas, or anything that can be recalled and described in words, pictures, or symbols. Moreover,they are facts and events stored in the long-term memory, which come in two (2) types: Episodic and Semantic memory.