Psych 101 - memory

Psych 101 memory - Sneezy Sleazy Dopey Dippy Hippy Happy Relearning(saving You are asked to relearn something If it takes less time now than when

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Section 2 - Vocab and People Vocab Memory - retention of information Mnemonic Devices - ways to remember things (ROYGBIV) Serial Position Effect - remember more at beginning and end Primary Effect - first few items Recent Effect - last few items Title Description Example Free Recall You are asked to say what you remember. Name the 7 Dwarfs. Cued Recall You are given hints to help you remember. Name the 7 Dwarfs. Hint: one was always smiling, one was smart, one never talked, one was always tired… Recognition You are asked to choose the correct item among several items. Which of the following were among the 7 Dwarfs:
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Unformatted text preview: Sneezy, Sleazy, Dopey, Dippy, Hippy, Happy? Relearning (saving) You are asked to relearn something. If it takes less time now than when you first learned it, the there is memory. Try memorizing this list: Sleepy, Sneezy, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy Can you memorize it faster than this list: Sleazy, Snoopey, Duke, Dippy, Gripey, Hippy? Implicit Memory You are asked to generate words, without necessarily regarding them as memories. You hear the story “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs.” Later you are asked to fill in the blanks: _ L _ _ P _ , _ N _ _ Z _ , _ _ C , _ R _ _ P _ , etc....
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Brill during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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