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psy.0214 - Psych 1 Fridlund 2/14/08 Memory A lot of...

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Psych 1 Fridlund 2/14/08 Memory A lot of different kinds of memory Verbal (studied the most) – facts, words, etc Visuospatial – memory for space, how to get to a place by streets, amount of circulating testosterone, high level in women they tend to remember things like guys do Motor – memory for all the things we do with our hands, habits, writing signature Tactile - touches Autonomic – turn hot and red and blush Herman Ebbinghaus (1880’s) Memory for CVC’s Consonant – vowel – consonant Information-Processing Appraoch to Memory Acquisition – encoding an experience into a storable memory Storage – deposit of coded experience into a holding area Retrieval – finding the code and the reconstructing of the experience Brain is like a computer Atkinson-Schriffin Memory Model Iconic memory (sensory registers) working memory LTM (long term memory) Iconic memory o Partly a consequence of rate of recovery of sensory receptors from
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