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CH 9 memory outline

CH 9 memory outline - CH 9 MEMORY I The Phenomenon of...

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CH 9: MEMORY I. The Phenomenon of Memory a. Basic memory processes i. Encoding ii. Storage iii. Retrieval b. The Information-Processing Model of Memory i. Sensory Memory ii. Short-Term Memory (STM) 1. Working Memory iii. Long-Term Memory (LTM) II. Encoding a. Automatic Processing b. Effortful Processing i. Levels of Processing Model 1. Maintenance Rehearsal a. Serial Position Effects i. Primacy Effect ii. Recency Effect 2. Elaborative Rehearsal a. Semantic codes b. Self-reference effect ii. Spacing Effect III. Storage a. Sensory Memory i. Capacity and duration b. Short-Term Memory i. Working Memory 1. maintenance and manipulation ii. Capacity and duration c. Long-Term Memory i. Capacity and Duration ii. Types of LTM 1. Explicit/Declarative a. Episodic memory b. Semantic memory 2. Implicit a. Procedural memory b. Priming IV. Retrieval a. Recall b. Recognition c. Retrieval cues i. Spreading activation d. Context-dependent memory
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i. Deja-vu e. State-dependent memory i. Mood congruency effect f. Rosy retrospection V. Forgetting a. Encoding Failure b. Storage Decay i. Ebbinghaus and the forgetting curve ii. Relearning c. Retrieval Failure
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