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Psych 215 - PSYC 215 Midterm 2 Review Session 3.24.08...

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Unformatted text preview: PSYC 215 Midterm 2 Review Session 3.24.08 Overview Sensory Memory and Primary Memory Chapter 5; Lecture 10 Encoding Chapter 6; Lecture 11 Retrieval Chapter 7; Lecture 12 Forgetting Chapter 7; Lecture 13 Memory Organization and Storage Chapter 8; Lectures 14 and 15 Visual Imagery Chapter 9; Lecture 16 Sensory Memory and Primary Memory Modal model of memory Sperlings partial report Iconic memory Primary memory Working memory Modal Model Sensory Memory Sperlings Partial Report Iconic memory Large capacity Brief duration Echoic memory Auditory version of iconic memory Primary Memory Forgetting Proactive interference Earlier learning interferes with new learning Study Spanish Study French Take French Test VS. Sleep Study French Take French Test Primary Memory Forgetting Retroactive interference Later learning interferes with earlier learning Study FrenchStudy SpanishTake French Test VS. Study FrenchSleepTake French Test Working Memory Components of Baddeleys (2000) model Central executive Visuospatial sketchpad Phonological loop Episodic buffer Working Memory Components of Baddeleys (2000) model Central executive No storage, just coordination Visuospatial sketchpad Stores visual information Phonological loop Stores auditory information Two components: phonological store & articulatory control process Episodic buffer Working Memory Components of Baddeleys (2000) model Central executive Visuospatial sketchpad Phonological loop Episodic buffer Acts to hold information in a multimodal code Code can be visual, auditory, semantic information, etc. Encoding Factors that affect encoding Emotion Repetition Levels of processing Intention and effort Which of those actually seem to contribute? Amnesia Anterograde Retrograde Amnesia You cant have _____ without having some _____. Flashbulb Memories Is there anything special about flashbulb memories? Prior Knowledge and Encoding Chunking FB ICB SNC AAP BS FBI CBS NCAA PBS Burglar vs. Homebuyer The experiment by Bransford & Johnson (1972) involving the Washing Clothes story shows that: A) the same story can be interpreted in multiple ways depending on the context. B) prior knowledge has a large impact on how information is encoded in memory. C) Details that were inconsistent with the script were not recalled. Midterm Review The experiment by Bransford & Johnson (1972) involving the Washing Clothes story shows that: A) the same story can be interpreted in multiple ways depending on the context....
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