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2 Models of Memory LO 11-Evaluate 2 models or theories of one cognitive process with reference to research studies.
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Learning Outcomes and Agenda Learning Outcome : I can evaluate 2 models or theories of one cognitive process with reference to research studies. ATL’s : Communication, Collaboration, Reflection, Critical Thinking, Organization. Learner Profile : Inquirers, Risk- Takers, Reflective, Communicators. Agenda : 1. Journal -MSM handout and discussion 2. CLOA Notes-LO 11-MSM and WMM 3. Reflection-Outline
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EVALUATE TWO MODELS OR THEORIES OF ONE COGNITIVE PROCESS WITH REFERENCE TO RESEARCH STUDIES Command Term Evaluate; strengths and limitations.
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THERE ARE THREE MAIN TYPES OF MODELS OF MEMORY THAT DEMONSTRATE HOW OUR MEMORY PROCESSES WORK 1. Schema Theory Research Study 2. Multi Store Model (MSM) Research Study Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968) 3. Working Memory Model (WMM) Research Study Baddeley and Hitch (1974) 4. Levels of Processing (LOP) Craik and Lockhart (1972)
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LEVELS OF PROCESSING Can be found on pages 81-83 in your textbook and on the handout that I gave to you.
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A MODEL OF MEMORY: THE MULTISTORE MODEL Multi store Model (Atkinson and Shiffrin, 1968)
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THE COMPONENTS OF THE MULTI- STORE MODEL Sensory Memory – input from the world Touch, hearing, vision, smell Stays for a few seconds Moves to short term memory (STM) Short Term Memory (STM) Can only hold about 7 items Can only maintain for 6-12 seconds Information is quickly lost if not given further attention. Long Term Memory (LTM) Storehouse of information/indefinite duration Unlimited capacity Information is an outline of facts vs a replication of an event.
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MSM-MULTI-STORE MODEL You need to pay attention to something in order to remember it, and you need to give the material a form (code ) which enables you to remember it. Rehearsal means keeping material active in memory by repeating it until it can be stored. With a partner, turn to page 78 in your textbook. Read about the different ways we can code information and how info gets from sensory memory to short term memory and the to long term memory. Take notes.
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MSM With a partner, look on page 79 in your textbook or page 21 in your study guide book.
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  • Fall '16
  • Amanda Sharp
  • Working Memory, Memory processes, Baddeley's model of working memory, msm

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