TAMIU Psychology 1301 exam 2 Part IX

TAMIU Psychology 1301 exam 2 Part IX - March 7 2008 P s y c...

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Unformatted text preview: March 7, 2008 [ P s y c h o lo g y ] Implicit (Non-declarative) Memory – Subsystem within long-term memory that consists of unconscious procedural skills, simple classically conditioned responses, and priming Implicit – Procedural memory (riding a bike), classically conditioned memory (phobias), and priming (heightened fears after reading a scary novel) Priming – Prior exposure to a stimulus facilitates or inhibits the processing of new information, even when one has no conscious memory of the initial learning and storage. Elaborative Rehearsal – Linking new information to previously stored material Decay theory – is based on the common sense assumption that memory, like all biological processes, degrades with time. Because memory is processed and stored in a physical form the relevant connections between neurons could be expected to decrease over time.relevant connections between neurons could be expected to decrease over time....
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TAMIU Psychology 1301 exam 2 Part IX - March 7 2008 P s y c...

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