9 How does memory work

9 How does memory work - 2008-10-09 How does memory work?...

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19:07 How does memory work?  1. The modal model of memory – p304 a. Stage theory p 306 b. Encoding- process that controls movements of information from working  memory into the long-term store c. Retrieval – process that controls the flow of information from the long-term  store into the working memory 2. Sensory memory a. Brief memory trace for specific stimulus- the brief prolongation of sensory  experience  i. Iconic memory- visual information 1. Sdfg 2. Pwhj 3. Xcvn ii. Echoic Memory- auditory information 3. Attention a. The portal to consciousness- p 307 protects from information overload  i. Selective listening-block out what you and not attending to  4. Working memory “The conscious mind” a. Limited capacity  b. Limited duration c. How do we deal with these severe limitations in the everyday world? i.
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Jackson during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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