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Announcements Announcements Introduction Sensory Memory Working Memory Long-Term Memory Memory Systems Announcements The following clicker have responded, but their owners are not registered: 233303, 275226, 275988, 283987, 319721, 322306, 435014, 435192, 436524, 438007, 440295, 444342, 444804, 444853, 445140, 446342, 455897, and 456629. If they do not get registered soon, their owners will lose out on 20% of their grades. Extension students must register themselves and their clickers at http://cnc.ucr.edu/ilearn/registerclicker.html. This link can be found on an announcement on iLearn. Notes for the Memory chapter (Chapter 8 in most books and Chapter 6 in the white-cover, dead-tree version) will be due at the start of lecture on Thursday , May 21, 2009, or in section, whichever comes second . There is a Facebook group for the class. To access it, you need to be in the UCR network. It’s called Intro Psych - Spring 2009 . Psyc 1/Chapter 8 1/83 Announcements Announcements Introduction Sensory Memory Working Memory Long-Term Memory Memory Systems Announcements Research Particpation Requirement You are required to complete four hours (or credits) of research participation by 11:59 p.m. on June 5, 2009. Please verify that all your experiments credits have been recorded on research.psych.ucr.edu before the final exam. If you put off signing up for experiments until now, there is a good chance that you will not complete the requirement, so there is a good chance you will get an incomplete in the class. If you get an Incomplete in PSYC 1, you will be dropped from any classes for which you have registered that require PSYC 1. If the incomplete is not cleared up by the end of the Fall quarter, it automatically becomes an F. Psyc 1/Chapter 8 2/83
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Announcements Announcements Introduction Sensory Memory Working Memory Long-Term Memory Memory Systems Final Exam The final exam will be held Friday, June 12, 2009, 8:00–11:00 a.m. About 50 questions cover topics from midterms 1 and 2. About 50 questions cover topics beyond midterms 1 and 2 including the section on memory. Chapter 9 will be covered on the final exam up to the point we get to in lecture. The final exam is multiple choice. It is closed book and closed notes. Please be on time . To take the exam, you will need the following: 1 Student ID (or state-issued ID if necessary) 2 Scantron Form F-289-PAR-L. 3 At least one (1) #2 pencil If you are especially capitalistic, you may wish to bring extras (item #s 2 & 3 only ). Price-gouging will be permitted. If you forget any of these items and cannot persuade a classmate to give or sell them to you, you will be allowed to go to the bookstore to buy them. Psyc 1/Chapter 8 3/83 Announcements Announcements Introduction Sensory Memory Working Memory Long-Term Memory Memory Systems Scantron Form Psyc 1/Chapter 8 4/83
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Announcements Announcements Introduction Sensory Memory Working Memory Long-Term Memory Memory Systems Memory Memory is, in many ways, what makes you you .
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