Long Term Memory - Chapter 7 LTM Basics Serial Positioning...

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Chapter 7: LTM Basics Serial Positioning Beginning of list remembered o Gets more rehearsal o Primacy effect Erased by speeding up presentation of list End of list remembered o Stored in short-term memory o Recency effect Erased when distracter task is introduced Distinction Between Types of Memory Remember when o (episodic) o Personal time travel Remember that o (semantic) o General facts, knowledge Remember how o (procedural)
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o Riding a bike, motorcycle, rollerblading, etc. I don’t remember… BUT o (priming) Historical Development STM/LTM distinction (James; Galton; Norman; Modal Model) Little theoretical impact on LTM until: o Study of amnesic patients (1960s) H.M. Warrington & Weizkrantz (’68) o Tulving’s episodic/semantic distinction (’72) o Implicit/explicit task performance dissociations in normals Long-Term Memory Korsakoff’s Syndrome o
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