Lecture 3 - 24 Distinctiveness 25 Effective encoding 26...

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Psych Vocab to Know Test 2 Lecture 4 (2-19-09) 1. Memory 2. Flashbulb memories 3. Recall 4. Recognition 5. Relearning 6. Info processing model 7. Encoding 8. Levels of processing 9. Shallow processing 10. Intermediate processing 11. Deep processing 12. Three box model of memory 13. Sensory memory 14. Short term memory a. Pattern recognition 15. Magic number 16. Digit span test 17. Chunking 18. Long term memory a. Procedural memory b. Declarative memory c. Semantic memories d. Episodic memories 19. Prospective memory 20. Retrospective memory 21. Primacy effect 22. Recency effect 23. Frequency
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Unformatted text preview: 24. Distinctiveness 25. Effective encoding 26. Maintenance rehearsal 27. Elaborative rehearsal 28. Visual imagery 29. Method of loci 30. Mnemonics 31. Dual coding theory 32. Chase and Simon 33. Eyewitness testimony 34. Ineffective encoding 35. Decay theories 36. Retroactive interference 37. Proactive interference 38. Motivated forgetting 39. Cue dependent forgetting 40. Amnesia a. Retrograde b. Anterograde c. Post-traumatic d. Childhood 41. Dementia 42. Alzheimer’s a. Symptoms (6) b. Causes c. Diagnosis...
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