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    Introduction to Psychology Class 13:  Memory 1 Myers:  257-279 July 10, 2006
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    Overview of the chapter Encoding + Storage + Retrieval Types of memory Types of information processing Physiology of memory  Forgetting False Memory 
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    Definition: The persistence of learning over time  through encoding, storage, and retrieval of  information Flashbulb Memory: A clear memory of an  emotionally significant moment or event  - “Capture this!”      - Photographic quality      - Reinforced often      - Not necessarily accurate 
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    Atkinson-Shiffrin model (1968) Three stages of information processing
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    Encoding - Processing information in to the memory system Storage - Retention of encoded information over time Retrieval - Process of getting memory out of storage
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