Gen Lecture Guide Chapter 6 F15

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Lecture Guide Chapter 6 : Memory Gen Psych F15 Based in part on the text: Experience Psychology by Laura King (2013) Memory Prospective memory - Processes (steps) of Memory: Encode Store Retrieve Models of Memory Information-processing model – Levels-of-processing model – Other models exist too…. Which is right? Information Processing Model : (3 stages) (see slide on blackboard) 1. Sensory memory - 1
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2. Short-term memory (STM) Vs. Working Memory Role of Attention: Selective attention – Divided attention – Sustained attention - How big is STM? (what is its capacity?) Chunking – How long does it last? (its duration?) Rehearsal – Interference? 2
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3. Long-term memory (LTM) – What helps? Rehearsal: Elaboration: Imagery: Distributed Practice: 2 Types of LTM (see slide on blackboard) 1. Implicit memory: (nondeclarative) a. Procedural b. Classical Conditioning c. Priming 3
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2. Explicit memory: (declarative) Two types: Semantic memory –
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  • Fall '11
  • Sciartelli
  • Psychology, Memory processes, Elizabeth Loftus, B. Classical conditioning

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