Information about things, which then go to the long-term memory, can sometimes give one a skewed point of view about the truth of things, like reflections on past critical thinking experiences. This may also allow one to apply the same process with confidence and/or improve upon past experiences. Another effect it has is upon one’s learned processes and skills, which can be worked toward, but may not be as good as those above. Information stored in the long-term memory keeps experiences and senses. The outcomes of these experiences and senses also affect the way the body uses the information.
During the orientation class here at the University of Phoenix, I found that by doing the actions over