Lecture 17. Memory (II)posted

Lecture 17 Memory - Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1001 Section E Monday Memory Part II(Ch 7 Todays class(Objectives Ch 7 Memory(Part II Memory

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Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1001, Section E Monday, November 24, 2008 Memory, Part II (Ch. 7)
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Today’s class (Objectives) Ch. 7: Memory (Part II) Memory Stores (STM and LTM) How do we represent information in memory? Retrieval Video: Misinformation Effect Important Reminder: The final exam will cover material from Ch. 5, 6, 7, and 8 (up to and including p. 325 ) & the accompanying lecture material (slides) You are not responsible for the rest of Ch. 8 (i.e., problem-solving & decision-making)
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Short-Term Memory STM Sensory stimuli to which we actively attend become encoded into STM Limited-capacity (7 ± 2) Limited duration (~ 20 sec) However, information that enters STM is subsequently (and rather quickly) forgotten what is the function of STM?
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Atkinson-Shiffrin Model
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STM Is this what you remembered? Ж Џ ф Ю Њ G X L N R G X L N R “G. ..X…L. ..N. ..R” Acoustically encoded information Visually encoded information Sensory memory Short-term memory Long-term memory G X L N R “G. ..X…L. ..N. ..R”
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STM as “Working Memory” Allan Baddeley (1980s) STM is not limited to phonemic encoding Decay is not the only process that contributes to loss of info from STM STM is not a simple rehearsal buffer… Four components to Working Memory…
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Working Memory (Baddeley) Phonological Rehearsal Loop All of STM from previous models Verbal (phonemic) encoding of information (whether originally presented visually or acoustically) tree 613 520 2600
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Working Memory (Baddeley) Visuospatial Sketchpad Much of the information we receive is non-verbal Temporarily hold and manipulate visual information
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Lecture 17 Memory - Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1001 Section E Monday Memory Part II(Ch 7 Todays class(Objectives Ch 7 Memory(Part II Memory

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