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Chapter Seven Memory
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Basic Memory Processes
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Explicit vs. Implicit Memory Explicit memory involves intentionally trying to remember something. Implicit memory refects the unintentional infuence oF prior experiences.
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Measuring Explicit vs. Implicit Memory How can implicit memory be measured? Participants studied a long list of words. They took a recognition test. They then performed a “fragment completion” task. A week later they took a second test of explicit and implicit memory of the study list.
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Explicit vs. Implicit Memory (cont’d.) What did the researcher fnd? Explicit memory more aFFected by time.
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Explicit vs. Implicit Memory (cont’d.) What do the results mean? Explicit and implicit memory may operate on different principles. What do we still need to know? What role does implicit memory have in psychological phenomena?
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Models of Memory Levels of Processing How extensively is the information encoded or processed? Maintenance vs. elaborative processing Transfer-Appropriate Processing How well does encoding match retrieval processes?
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Matching Encoding and Retrieval Processes
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Models of Memory (cont’d.) Parallel Distributed Processing Experiences are integrated with existing knowledge or memories. Information Processing Three necessary stages.
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Three Stages of Memory
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Storing New Memories Sensory Memory Role of sensory registers. Provides coherence and continuity to world.
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