is an umbrella term used to describe any of the following abilities which help to commit data to ones memory and then support its retrieval- paired-associated, serial recall and recognition memory skills. Research further implies that implicit memory is largely independent on explicitly memory.

MEMORY ABILITIES: "Memory abilities are different skills or methods through which individuals can improve their memory retention and retrieval skills."
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