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Ch. 6 Memory - M emory 1...

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    M emory   1. Three Stages of Memory ( Sensory Short-term  and  Long-term  memory) 2. Types of long-term memory 3. The 3 memory processes ( Encoding Storage  &  Retrieval ) 4. Factors which affect  Encoding 5. LTP & the factors which affect  Storage 6. Factors which affect  Retrieval 7. Reasons why we  Forget
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    M emory   is the persistence of   learning  over time.  According to the Information  Processing Model, there are 3 stages:   Sensory Memory Long term  memory Short term  memory
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1. Declarative (aka “ explicit ”) LTM Episodic Semantic 2. Procedural (aka “ Non-Declarative ” or implicit ”) LTM Motor skills Habits Conditioned responses Types of Long-term Memory:
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R etrieval E ncoding S torage There are 3 Memory Processes that occur: Transfer information into a form  that can be stored in memory Maintain information in memory Bring stored information into  working memory to use
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