Semantic memory refers to a subpart of declarative memory that records impersonal knowledge about the world; stores general world knowledge; memory for information and facts that have no specific time-tag reference; the general class of memory concerning the remembering of meanings of words or concepts not tied to a specific time or event A memory system proposed by Tulving that is thought to hold memories of general knowledge.

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