Throughout this study on information processing using an artificial neural network (ANN) and chaos we are attempting to devise a memory model that resembles human behavioral characteristics. For that purpose we construct a framework of the macroscopic model of the responding process in biological systems. Incoming stimuli are applied to the sensory receptors and preprocessed. A pattern-matching block allows one of the chaotic memories to find a feasible response in an associative way. After the chaotic memory is stabilized on one of the stable equilibrium points or limit cycles, its performance is evaluated. Since chaotic memory and the performance evaluation block form a feedback loop, they can handle features of the information blocks and store newly updated information blocks. Two kinds of chaotic memories are established in this paper: one is a 1-D map in which many information blocks can be stored as unstable periodic orbits, and the other is the famous Lozi attractor with rich dynamics. Simulations are performed for the mobile robot navigation problem in each case.