This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: b. Unlimited capacity information c. Duration: potentially permanent. OK, so the following is the rest of the notes: I) Memory a. Use it or lose it, from the day we are born our brain begins a process called pruning. b. Maintenance rehearsal c. Elaborative rehearsal d. We usually remember the beginning and the end of something, no all the junk in between. e. Implicit memory f. Semantic memory g. Explicit memory II) Retrieval – getting information out of our long-term memory III) Forgetting – when retrieval fails a. The inability to retrieve information that was once available b. Hermann Ebbinghaus i. The forgetting curve – c. Encoding failure i. Prospective memory d. Decay theory e. Interference theory...
View Full Document
- Spring '08
- Psychology, Hermann Ebbinghaus, Memory processes, longterm memory, shortterm, Kasey Mayberry, b. Hermann Ebbinghaus