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Study Guide for Test 2

Study Guide for Test 2 - Bartlett(sharpening flattening...

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Study Guide for Test 2 – Cognition Bob Cooper – Spring 2010 Acquisition, storage, and retrieval Information Processing model (Atkinson & Shiffrin) (sensory store, working memory, long term memory, control process) Primacy, recency, and serial position curve Free recall, cued recall, and recognition memory Digit-span task, reading span, operation span Chunking and organization Central executive, visuo-spatial buffer, and articulatory loop Maintenance and elaborative rehearsal Incidental and Intentional learning Depth (levels) of processing Memory connections, meaning, and elaborate encoding Memory strategies and mnemonics State-dependent learning, context reinstatement Encoding specificity Source memory, familiarity, source confusion Remember/know distinction Implicit and explicit memory Lexical-decision task False fame, illusion of truth Processing fluency hypothesis Retrograde and anterograde amnesia (including role of hippocampus and amygdala) Double dissociation Intrusion errors, Deese-Roediger-McDermitt procedure
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Unformatted text preview: Bartlett (sharpening, flattening, rationalization) Schemata and scripts False memories, misinformation effect Source monitoring Decay, interference, retrieval failure Hypnosis, sodium amytal, etc. and attempts to improve memory Memory confidence Trying to detect false memories Autobiographical memory, self reference effect, self schema Emotions and memory, flashbulb memories, traumatic memories Childhood amnesia Long-term remembering, permastore Networks and memory, spreading activation, searching networks Hints, context reinstatement, priming Sentence verification task Fan effect Propositional networks and the ACT program Type and token nodes Tip of the tongue (TOT) phenomena Winner take all and memory blocks Connectionist networks, parallel distributed processing Connection weights, adjustment, error signals, back propagation Generalization Iconic memory, Brown-Peterson paradigm...
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