Declarative knowledge refers to facts or information stored in the memory that is considered static in nature. Declarative knowledge, also referred to as verbal or factual knowledge, describes things, events, or processes; their attributes; and their relation to each other. It is contrary to procedural or implicit knowledge, which refers to the knowledge of how to perform or operate.
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