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EXAM 3 REVIEW SHEET S08 - memory • Transfer appropriate...

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EXP 3604 EXAM 3 REVIEW SHEET The following concepts will be included on the exam: The Atkinson-Shiffrin Model of memory – sensory memory, short-term memory, and long-term memory (general relationships/comparison) Serial Position curve Primacy Effect Recency effect Episodic Memory Procedural Memory Levels of Processing Approach – (types of analyses) – why is it better? Self-reference effect Encoding Specificity Pollyanna Principle TV violence/anger and memory Mood Congruence Mood-state dependence Explicit memory Implicit memory/measures Dissociations Multiple memory systems approach to explanations of implicit and explicit
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Unformatted text preview: memory • Transfer appropriate processing approach • 3 stages of memory • Factors that improve encoding • Mnemonics • Keyword method • Method of loci • Visual imagery • Factors that improve retrieval • Metamemory • Constructive nature of memory • Schemas • Value of schemas • Scripts • Schemas and consistency of information • 7 sins of memory • Source monitoring • Misinformation effect • Illusory memory • Factors influencing the misinformation effect • Recovered memory v. false memory • Autobiographical memory • The role of language in memory • Flashbulb memory • Infantile amnesia...
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