Unformatted text preview: validated because of their poor memory. 4. Visuals are stored in short-term memory. A person doesn’t really remember everything, unless they “rehearse” this memory so that it is eventually stored into their long-term memory. In any case, memory is not like a video, it is when you first see the image, but after that point most of the memory is lost. 5. Tuesday 7-9:50pm/selective attention. I found this topic interesting because it was almost like you could remember what you wanted to remember and not remember the things you didn’t want to. So a whole mess of things could be going on around you, but if you focused in on one specific thing that is what you would’ve remembered. I just wondered if even though a person only remembered what they wanted to remember, if that unwanted memory is still there....
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- Spring '08
- Long-Term Memory, Input devices, Angela Kramperth Barber