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Chapter 9 - Chapter 9 Learning and Memory How Learning and...

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Chapter 9: Learning and Memory How Learning and Memory Work Stage 1: Encoding Stage 2: Storage Sensory Storage Short-Term Memory Learning: The Transfer from Short- to Long-Term Memory Rote learning. Elaborative rehearsal. Recoding. Long-Term Memory Stage 3: Retrieval Forgetting Proactive Interference Retroactive Interference Strategies for Improving Encoding, Storage, and Retrieval Strategies for Improving Encoding Exclude competing stimuli. Use various sensory modes. Carefully and specifically define your purpose. Use previewing Strategies for Improving Storage Use immediate review To review a chapter you have just read, follow these seven steps: 1. Begin as soon as you have finished reading the chapter. 2. Go back to the beginning of the chapter and review all the boldfaced text or
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  • Fall '06
  • Labairon
  • Memory processes, Storage Sensory Storage, various sensory modes, Retroactive Interference Strategies, Short-Term Memory Learning

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