Memory Ch7bbd

Memory Ch7bbd - Chapter Seven Memory 7-1 Basic Memory...

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7 - 1 Chapter Seven Memory
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7 - 2 Basic Memory Processes
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7 - 3 Explicit vs. Implicit Memory Explicit memory involves intentionally trying to remember something. Implicit memory reflects the unintentional influence of prior experiences.
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7 - 4 Models of Memory Levels of Processing How extensively is the information encoded or processed? Maintenance vs. elaborative processing Transfer-Appropriate Processing How well does encoding match retrieval processes?
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7 - 5 Models of Memory (cont’d.) Parallel Distributed Processing Experiences are integrated with existing knowledge or memories. Information Processing Three necessary stages.
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7 - 6 Three Stages of Memory
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Storing New Memories Sensory Memory Role of sensory registers. Provides coherence and continuity to world. Short-Term Memory and Working Memory Two components: Maintenance and manipulation. Mostly uses acoustic encoding.
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Memory Ch7bbd - Chapter Seven Memory 7-1 Basic Memory...

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