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Memory Keyboard (Encoding) Disk (Storage) Monitor (Retrieval) Sequential Process
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Memory Processes Acquiring the information Maintenance/consolidation Could be passive or active (e.g. strategies like rehearsal, chunking, elaboration) Could be passive (e.g. triggered by a cue), or active (e.g. using strategies to retrieve the information)
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Types of Memory Explicit Memory = Conscious Remembering Declarative Memory Implicit Memory = Unconscious Remembering Procedural or Nondeclarative Memory
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Types of Explicit Memory Semantic memory - general knowledge about the world E.g. St. Paul is the capital of Minnesota Episodic memory - memory for specific events in your life E.g. I played in my first piano recital when I was 6 years old.
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 Flashbulb Memory A unique and highly emotional moment may give  rise to a clear, strong, and persistent memory called  flashbulb memory President Bush being told of 9/11 attack. Ruters/ Corbis
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 Information Processing The Atkinson-Schiffrin (1968) three-stage model of memory  includes a)  sensory memory , b)  short-term memory,  and c)  long-term memory .
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