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PSYC 2013 (Summer 2015, Escobar) Chapter 7, part 2 Week 5 1 Psychological Science Chapter 7, part 2 Information processing and memory over time Hand on   activities Please,   get   paper   and   pencil   so   you   can   answer   a   few   questions   through   this   presentation. For ease of note taking I recommend that you For   ease   of   note   taking,   I   recommend   that   you   print   the   activity   booklet   posted   on   Canvas   prior   to   starting   this   presentation   (if   you   can’t   print   it,   make   sure   you   stop   the   presentation   when   suggested). 7.2   How   Are   Memories Maintained   over   Time? Learning   Objectives Distinguish   between   sensory   memory,   short term   memory,   and   long term   memory. ib ki d h ki Describe   working   memory   and   chunking. Review   evidence   that   supports   the   distinction   between   working   memory   and   long term   memory. Explain   how   information   is   transferred   from   working   memory   to   long term   memory. Atkinson   &   Shiffrin’s model Three   stages   of   memory: Sensory   memory Short term   memory Long term memory Long term   memory Atkinson   and   Shiffrin’s   model   emphasizes   that   memory  
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