Human memory is a complex set of inter-related and interacting phenomena. These lectures introduce the different types of memory humans make use of, the properties and boundaries of these systems, and the methods for studying (and possibly training) them.
Please note that these lectures are not recorded.
Schacter et al, Psychology, chapter 5.
Suggested further reading about human memory: Baddeley, A.D., Eysenck, M.W., & Anderson, M.C. (2015). Memory. Psychology Press.