Ch.6 Lecture

Ch.6 Lecture - Chapter 6: Memory Memory . is a system that...

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Chapter 6: Memory Memory … is a system that allows for retention of information, skills, and capacities over time. Processes of memory include… o encoding, o storage, and o retrieval. Memorization example Memory Systems sensory o visual o auditory short-term (STM) o 7 +/- 2 items o displacement o chunking o maintenance rehearsal, repetition o serial position effect primacy recency long-term (LTM) o elaborative rehearsal Memory Systems Chart Long-Term Memory declarative (or explicit) memory o episodic memory o semantic memory procedural (or implicit) memory o motor skills o habits o classically conditioned responses
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reconstruction o do our memories have a ‘playback’ button? schemas o do our beliefs impact our memories? flashbulb memories o where were you when…? misinformation effect o how suggestible are our ‘memories’? repressed memories
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Ch.6 Lecture - Chapter 6: Memory Memory . is a system that...

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