Take a Memory Quiz and Discover the Kind of Memory You Have

 Memory isn't just good or bad, there are actually many kinds of memory. This test is not meant to test how good your memory is, but what KIND of memory you use to process information. Examine each photo carefully, then click on next to move to the next photo. Try to recall all you can about these photos and answer our questions about them.
 
Study the details of the image and click on NEXT when you're ready to continue.
 
Study the details of the image and click on NEXT when you're ready to continue.
 
Study the details of the image and click on NEXT when you're ready to continue.
 
Study the details of the image and click on NEXT when you're ready to continue.
 
Study the details of the image and click on NEXT when you're ready to continue.
 
What was the object on the left night stand?
Black Lamp
Flowers
Bible
Remote Control
 
What was the color of the pepper to the RIGHT of this one?
Orange
Red
Yellow
Green
 
What were the colors of the 2 missing spoons?
Blue and yellow
Orange and green
Brown and blue
Green and brown
 
Did the hearth in this photo have a lit fire?
Yes
No
 
Who else was in this photo except for the children and entertainer?
3 Adults - 2 men, 1 woman
2 Adults - 1 Man, 1 Woman
2 Adults - 2 women
4 Adults - 3 men, 1 woman
Exceptional Photographic Memory
 
You have exceptional visual acuity when it comes to your eyes and your mind, especially. Your memory processes visuals exceedingly well. Most people have a problem remembering the taxi color they took yesterday, but you probably have no such problem. However, your visual memory is most powerful in emotional situations. Emotion is a way to encode memory, and no doubt you have a lifetime of vivacious photos in your head.
Great Long Term Memory
 
A great long term memory is one of the most coveted things for a human being. Indeed what most of us wouldn't give to be able to keep remembering all that we can, forgetting nothing. You have the rare ability, at least above average, of coding long term memories, especially emotional or interesting ones. Emotion is a way to encode memory, and yours will keep by your side for years to come, perhaps forever. Some people only remember the act of remembering and start losing the actual memory early on. Not so for you. Recall them often, don't let them fade.
Processed Memory
 
Processed memory is a memory that is encoded in a very short time, allowing the person to make quick decisions based on information that others take longer to process. Have you ever been surprised by a new twist of a new system's events, but were able to react to it quicker than others? That is processed memory. You can use information quicker than most and reach a decision. This is incredibly valuable when time is critical.
Strong Emotional Memory
 
All memory depends on emotion. Some scientists even theorize that one of the functions of emotions (among many others) is to tell our brains how important memory is to us. The more emotional we are about a memory, the more we tend to remember it. But beyond that, the actual emotion of the memory, the details of that memory and emotion are not something most people are good at recreating. It comes as sudden nausea or heart palpitations. What you have is an ability to really experience a memory. It can be a scary thing or a joyous, of course, depending on the memory. The drawback is that you are vulnerable to strong emotions bringing about memories, and becomes hard to control when memories present themselves powerfully, even when you don't want them to.
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