(1) Memory I

(1) Memory I - a. Serial Position Effect i. Primacy ii....

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(7.1,7.2) GP-L12: Thanks for the Memories I. What We Remember a. Names b. Faces c. Numbers d. Places. ... etc. e. Mostly in context II. Mnemonic Devices a. List x Location (Greek orators) b. “30 days hath September. ...” c. ROY G BIV III. Memory Checks a. Nonsense syllables b. List, Lists, Lists c. Was his memory poor?? V. Some Mechanisms of Memory
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Unformatted text preview: a. Serial Position Effect i. Primacy ii. Recency iii. (circular explanation) b. Interference Theory i. Retroactive ii. Proactive c. Retrieval Cues i. Time ii. Context iii. Mood . ... etc. d. vonRestorff Effect e. Zeigarnik Effect VI. Memory is Not a Video Tape a. Clustering b. Intrusions c. Chunking (Magic #7 +/- 2)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Brill during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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(1) Memory I - a. Serial Position Effect i. Primacy ii....

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