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Unformatted text preview: (2) Most is quickly lost ii) Short term (1) Working memory (2) Holds information for about 30 seconds (3) Longer if we rehears (4) Limited to 7 +/- iii) Long term (1) Holds lots for a long time (2) When we need to use out stored memories We retrieve them out of long term and back into short term (3) Forgetting is usually a problem with retrieval (4) Encoding into ltM (a) Rehearsal (b) Elaboration (c) Constructing images (d) Organize the information (i) Chunking (e) Deep processing (i) (f) Rote learning (i) memorizing (g) Mnemonic-ing (h) Organizing (i) Visualizing (image construction) (j) Elaborating (k) Rehearsing (maintenance and storage) (5) Function of storage iv) 3 explanations for forgetting v) Cue-dependent (1) Lack or retrieval cues vi) Interference theory (1) Information blocks other information vii)Decay theory (1) Things disappear over time viii)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course TE 150 taught by Professor Palmer during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.
- Spring '08