Memory_1_Outline

Memory_1_Outline - PSYC1101-F 09/22/2009 Memory 1 Outline 3...

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PSYC1101-F 09/22/2009 Memory – 1 Outline 3 memory processes Encoding: Process of turning perceptions into memories. Storage: Maintaining info over time. Retrieval: Bringing memories out of storage to conscious awareness. 3 stage Storage model of memory Sensory Memory: Short-term Memory (Working memory): A PROCESS structrures in brain responsible to turn short term memories into long term memories Long Term Memory: locations in brain * SENSORY INPUT SENSORY MEMORY (ENCODING -- ATTENTION) SHORT TERM MEMORY (ENCODING -- RETRIVING) LONG TERM MEMORY I. Sensory Memory: stored for a few seconds or less a. Iconic memory: for visual info i. Decays in 1 second or less b. Echoic memory: for auditory info i. Decays in 5 seconds II. Encoding a. Role of attention b. Enriching Encoding i. Elaborative Encoding: linking a new stimulus to other information already in memory 1. Inner temporal lobe and lower frontal lobe 2. Remembering # strings, remembering labels with meaningful
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