21-memorymodels - Memory I Memory I Introduction to memory...

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Unformatted text preview: Memory I Memory I Introduction to memory Introduction to memory Overview Overview • Is memory like computer memory? Sensory, short-term & long-term memory The “modal model” • How can we test memory? Simple experimental methods • Why is human memory different? Multiple memory stores “Reconstructive memory” Overview Overview • Is memory like computer memory? Sensory, short-term & long-term memory The “modal model” • How can we test memory? Simple experimental methods • Why is human memory different? Multiple memory stores “Reconstructive memory” Human Human vs vs . computer memory . computer memory • Input registers Info from outside • RAM Active information • Hard drive Permanent store = ? Structure of memory Structure of memory • The “modal model” of memory Atkinson & Shiffrin (1968) Sensory Store (Buffer) Short Term Store Long Term Store Human Human vs vs . computer memory . computer memory • Input registers Info from outside • RAM Active information • Hard drive Permanent store = • Sensory memory Info from outside • Short Term memory Attended info • Long-term memory Permanent store Different memory systems Different memory systems Short-term...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course PSYCH 85 211 taught by Professor Theissen during the Spring '10 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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21-memorymodels - Memory I Memory I Introduction to memory...

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