Visual Memory

The ability to recall or remember the visual details of what was seen. Long-term visual memory refers to the ability to remember something seen in the past. Short-term visual memory refers to the ability to recall something that is seen very recently. It is essential for recognizing letters, sight words, spelling and reading comprehension.

Visual Memory

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