Chapter 6 Memory

Chapter 6 Memory - Chapter 6 Memory Overview of the Chapter...

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Chapter 6 Memory Overview of the Chapter 3 Stage Theory of Memory: sensory memory, short term memory (STM) long term memory (LTM). Biological Bases of Memory Theories of Forgetting. Accuracy of Eyewitness Memory. Remembering the Planets: Recall I got em all bitch…the big bad ass Recognition is looking at a list and picking out the planets. Memory: the persistence of learning over time through the storage and retrieval of information. The ability to recall info that has previously been learned. Encoding: info coded into the memory. Storage: Retain info over time. Retrieval: Get info back 3 Stages of Memory: Sensory Memory: Holds exact copy of sensory event very briefly. Visual image: ¼ sec. Sound: 4 sec. Capacity is vast. Sperling Experiment (next slide) From Sensory to Short term/working memory… Short Term memory: What must happen to go from sensory memory to short term memory? – You must pay attention to it… Brief storage of info. --- aprox: 15- 30 seconds. Rehearsal can increase length of time of STM.
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