• 34 Pages lecture6
    Lecture6

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    Retrieval Recall vs. Recognition Recall context provided and participant has to retrieve target Recognition target provided and participant has to retrieve context Availability and Accessibility Mandler et al. (1969): Observers viewed 100 wo

  • 9 Pages lecture11
    Lecture11

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    Intro to lab 2 1 The Issues Method Experiment vs. Naturalistic Observation Basic mechanisms vs. contextualized behavior Created variance vs. natural variance Overt Behavior vs. Introspection Grounding concepts Expert theories vs. Folk unde

  • 12 Pages lecture10
    Lecture10

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    Forgetting Reduces False Remembering: Item Method Directed Forgetting of DRM Lists Kathleen Hourihan False Memories Deese, 1959; Roediger & McDermott, Deese, 1995 DRM Hill, valley, climb, summit, top, molehill, peak, plain, glacier, goat, bike, clim

  • 2 Pages introduction
    Introduction

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    Introduction Psychology 398 Research in Memory and Attention Two Approaches to Memory Neisser (1978; 1981) High road to find basic mental mechanisms that can be demonstrated in well-controlled experiments Low road to understand the specific ma

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