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CHAPTER 6 NOTES - Event sensory memory short-term memory...

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CHAPTER 6 NOTES: MEMORY Memory-persistence of learning over time through the storage and  retrieval of information >>an  active system that receives information  from the senses,  organizes  and  alters it as it stores it away , and then retrieves the information  from  storage **MEMORY IS VERY FALLABLE** **PROCESSES OF MEMORY: Encoding: the set of mental operations that converts sensory  information into a form that is usuable Storage: holding onto information for some period of time Retrieval: getting information abck out of storage “E VERYTHING S HOULD BE R EMEMBERED” **MODELS OF MEMORY: Information-processing model-assumes the processing of  information for memory storage happens in 3 stages
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Unformatted text preview: Event sensory memory short-term memory long-term memory Levels-of-Processing model-assumes ALL information is stored in memory but info that is more “deeply processed” is more likely to be remembered (semantics=associations with other memories) **ENCODED** DEEP=meaning (semantics)// I NTERMEDIATE=labeling// SHALLOW=form (sensory or physical features) Parallel Distributed processing (PDP) model-assumes memory processes take polace at the same time over a large network of neural connections, and these memory connections (pathways) are strenghtend by experiences//memories and learning are linked together **ORGANIZATION**...
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