There are a number of types of memory. One of these
types of memory is procedural memory. What is
procedural memory? Below is a definition of procedural
Procedural Memory Definition:
Procedural memory reflects our knowledge of how to
perform certain skills and actions.
We may have knowlege of how to perform many
actions and skills, but we may not be able to express this
knowledge in words. Thus, procedural memories reflect
a memory system that involves knowledge that may not
be expressed in words.
Procedural Memory Examples:
There are many examples of procedural memories.
These include knowing how to ride a bicycle, drive a car,
play the guitar, swim, use a pen, and play basketball.