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What sub-systems of memory are universal enough to be used in most professional settings?

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The practical application of different aspects of memory in a professional setting entails the activation of sensory, short, or long term memory for the production or completion of tasks. 

One aspect of memory that is applicable to every profession involving an employer and an employee is the Pavlovian Stimulus-Reaction aspect of memory, also known as classical or Pavlovian conditioning. This is an aspect of memory that takes place in the amydala and belongs to the procedural category of the Long Term Memory System. It is mainly a process that creates behaviors into habits or, in...

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