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Chapter 6 Study Guide Memory and Cognition/Metacognition Define and explain the differences between cognition and metacognition- delibrate conscious control of ones cognation, your awareness of what your doing, it’s the knowledge of when and how to use particular stargies for learing. Supports self regulating learning. It helps cognition it helps with remembering and learing. And monitors how the cognition goal was reached. Information Processing and Memory 1. Complete the following chart on the Atkinson-Shiffrin Model of Information Processing: Characteristics Applications to Teaching and Learning Sensory Register Component of the memory system in which information is received and held for very short periods of time. Perception- stimulus attention Short Term (Working) Memory The component of memory in which limited amounts of information can be stored for a few seconds. Rehearsal grouping Long Term Memory The components of memory in which large amounts of information can be stored for long periods of time
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