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cog-psy-part1 - Cognitive Psychology Part I Memory I...

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CogPsyI 1 Cognitive Psychology Part I: Memory I. Short-term vs Long-term Memory II. Physiological Foundations III. Memory Experiments
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CogPsyI 2 Short-term memory Experiment
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CogPsyI 3 I. Short-term vs Long-term Memory
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CogPsyI 4 Short Term Memory (STM) Limited Time Capacity: Contents of current awareness; storage mechanism that keeps a limited amount of information active for a brief time such as a few seconds to minutes Limited Memory Capacity : 7+/-2 units of information (Miller, 1956) Unit of memory : letter,word, number, syllable) (e.g.) STM experiment (1) Read aloud: G, B, O, T, F, U, H, S, P (2) Look away and recall it immediately
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CogPsyI 5 Waugh & Normal (1965) study on interference and forgetting
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CogPsyI 6 Result of Waugh & Norman (1965)
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CogPsyI 7 Serial Position Effect
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CogPsyI 8 Three Types of Long-term Memory 1. Episodic Memory 2. Semantic Memory (language and world knowledge) 3. Procedural Memory (skills, driving, swimming)
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CogPsyI 9
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course PSYCH 612 taught by Professor Myung during the Winter '05 term at Ohio State.

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cog-psy-part1 - Cognitive Psychology Part I Memory I...

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