lec5-2010 - Chapter 5. M emor y: Remember i ng N ew I nfor...

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Chapter 5. Memory: Remembering New Information. Introduction. Uses of Memory. Centrality of Memory. Processes of Memory. Short-Term Memory. Introduction. Characteristics of Short- Term Memory. Working Memory. Summary. Long-Term Memory. Introduction. Encoding. Retrieval. Encoding-Retrieval Interactions. Forgetting. Summary. Chapter Summary. Key Terms. Recommended Readings.
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Chapter 6. Memory Systems and Knowledge. Introduction. Semantic Knowledge. Characteristics of Semantic Memory. The Hierarchical Model. Evaluation of the Hierarchical Model. Episodic Memory. Are Episodic and Semantic Memory Distinct Memory Systems? Procedural Memory. Implicit and Explicit Memory. Spared Learning in Amnesia. Implicit and Explicit Memory with Normal-Memory Adults. Evaluation of the Implicit- Explicit Distinction. Two Models of Memory. Introduction. The ACT Theory. A Parallel Distributed Processing Model of Memory. Summary. Key Terms. Recommended Readings.
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Human information Processing Working memory & verbal/spatial distinctions Interference, chunking, & running memory Expertise & automaticity Time sharing & workload Problem solving and internal/external representations
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Course outline Section 1: Acquiring Information Week 1 - Introduction and History - Medin, et al : Chapter 1 Week 2 – Perception - Medin, et al: Chapter 3 Rensink RA, O'Regan JK, and Clark JJ (1997). To see or not to see: The need for attention to perceive changes in scenes. Psychological Science, 8 , 368-373. Week 3 – Attention - Medin, et al: Chapter 4 Czerwinski, M., Horvitz, E. & Wilhite, S. (2004). A Diary Study of Task Switching and Interruptions. In Proceedings of ACM Human Factors in Computing Systems CHI 2004, p. 175-182. Week 4 - Application of Theory - Are cell phones dangerous to use while driving? Strayer, D., Drews, F., Albert, R., & Johnston, W. (2001). Does Cell Phone Conversation Impair Driving Performance? Psychological Science 12 (6) . Strayer, D. L., Drews, F. A., & Crouch, D. J.(2006). A comparison of the cell phone driver and the drunk driver. Human Factors, 48, 381-391. Just, MA, et al (2001). Interdependence of nonoverlapping cortical systems in dual cognitive tasks. NeuroImage, 14 , 417–426. Section 2: Memory Processes Week 5 - Remembering New Information - Medin, et al: Chapter 5 & 6 Williams, M. & Hollan, J. (1981). The process of retrieval from very long-term memory, Cognitive Science , 5(2), 87- 119. Week 6 - Remembering New Information - Medin, et al: Chapter 7 Midterm Exam
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Section 2: Memory Processes Remembering New Information Medin, et al: Chapter 5 & 6 Memory Systems Medin, et al: Chapter 6 & 7
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... users cannot remember their passwords and need external memories (eg sticky notes ...
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