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It counts--and you're the only person who caught my error in question 2 (or at least acknowledged the problem!) 8/8 Katy Katy Arnett, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Educational Studies St. Mary's College of Maryland 18952 E. Fisher Road St. Mary's City, MD 20686 240-895-4451 kearnett@smcm.edu Ed Psych!! Reading Response 11 Chapter 7 Responses should contain specific language that indicates a “heavy skimming” of the material. 1. What kinds of knowledge exist? How does memory interplay with these kinds of knowledge? The two types of knowledge are domain specific knowledge (“Information that is useful in a particular situation or that applies mainly to one specific topic” (249)), and general knowledge (“Information that is useful in many different kinds of tasks; information that applies to many situations” (249)). Memory is important with these kinds of knowledge because when you know something, you have memorized it. If you know how to ride a bike, you have memorized what exactly to do from putting your feet
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EDUC 368 taught by Professor Arnett during the Spring '08 term at St. Mary MD.

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RR11 Feb 27 - It counts-and you're the only person who...

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