Psych Lecture 4

Psych Lecture 4 - Memory retains the things we learn. Duh....

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Sheet1 Page 1 Memory retains the things we learn. Duh. Memory is selective. Duh. -Encoding Memory- Memory processes: Encoding: Information is represented by a code ->Acoustic codes: music, hearing, sound, etc ->Visual codes: painting, drawing, pictures, etc ->Semantic codes: Represents things by general meaning Storage: Maintence of information over time Retrieval: Finding the information in the memory stores Episodic Memory: Memory of a specific event at which you were present Semantic Memory: Memory of the generalized knowledge of the world Procedural Memory: Memory for how to perform certain actions Explicit Memory: Deliberate attempts to remember. Studying requires this Implicit Memory: Unintentional recollection of something Models of Memory: Levels of Processing: Involves how extensively information is encoded or processed ->Maintenence Rehearsal: Keep it in memory long enough to use it and then forget ->Elaborative Rehearsal: Attempting to tie it in with something you already know
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Psych Lecture 4 - Memory retains the things we learn. Duh....

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