exam2 psy - Chapter 6 How is state-dependent learning...

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Chapter 6— How is state-dependent learning tested? Taking two groups of people and teaching them something in two different environments, and then splitting those two groups and testing them in the different environments. What is source memory? A form of memory that allows one to recollect the episode in which learning took place or the time and place in which a particular stimuli was encountered. What is the remember/know distinction? A distinction between two experiences one can have in recalling a past event. If one remembers having encountered a stimulus before, then one usually can offer information about that encounter, including when, where and how it occurred. If one merely knows that one has encountered a stimulus before, then one is likely to have a sense of familiarity with the stimulus but may have no idea when or where the stimulus last occurred. Procedural vs. declarative? Procedural memory: knowing HOW. Declarative memory: knowing THAT. Episodic vs. semantic?
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