emotional memory

emotional memory
emocinė atmintis statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Emocijas sukėlusių išgyvenimų prisiminimas. Atsigaminę anksčiau patirti jausmai signalizuoja sąmonei apie buvusias situacijas, kurios patenkino poreikius, siekius ar jų nepatenkino, padėjo įvykdyti planus ar juos sužlugdė, gerino ar blogino santykius su kitais. Emocinė atmintis – dorovinės savireguliacijos, tobulėjimo šaltinis, sąžinės pamatas. Todėl auklėjant svarbu veikti emocijas. Jos ilgam įsimenamos ir lengvai atgaminamos. atitikmenys: angl. emotional memory vok. emocionale Gedächtnis rus. эмоциональная память

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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