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Kellogg Chapter 4 Memory Systems Van Selst / Cognition 1 Psychology 135 COGNITION (Van Selst) Kellogg Chapter 4 Memory Systems No one is likely to remember what is entirely uninteresting to him. - George MacDonald
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Kellogg Chapter 4 Memory Systems Van Selst / Cognition 2 Memory Memory is the means by which we retain and draw on our past experiences to use that information in the present. As a process, memory includes the dynamic mechanisms associated with storing, retaining, and retrieving information about past experiences Memory involves ENCODING, STORAGE, & RETRIEVAL
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Kellogg Chapter 4 Memory Systems Van Selst / Cognition 3 Atkinson & Shiffrin (1968) “Standard Model of Memory”
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