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Problem- circular definition Uses depth to predict performance and performance to measure depth Still a problem today, never been addressed like processing time If survival processing leads to good memory its deep, if not its shallow Predict performance based on label (deep task lead to better memory than shallow), aren’t labeled as deep until known they lead to good memory performance Retention test performance (semantic better than non semantic) -----> Depth of processing (semantic= deep) (non-semantic= shallow) --------> Memory is known to be inaccurate and fallible in certain situations Possible to remember things that never happened Memory for emotional pictures is better than memory for neutral pictures Remember fewer of neutral images, remember high arousal pictures well Moderate levels of arousal boost memory Maybe neutral images are unpleasant to someone or vice versa (no way to know how someone will react to an image) Same picture be high arousal and low arousal in another scenario
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