Lecture 10 - MEMORY Information Processing Model SENSORY...

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Information Processing Model SENSORY STORE (sensory memory) SHORT TERM MEMORY LONG TERM MEMORY INPUT
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Sensory Store Input of sensory information from the world. Visually: iconic memory Auditorily: echoic memory Large capacity Extremely short duration fraction of a second for iconic memory (visual) a couple of seconds for echoic memory (auditory)
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Information Processing Model SENSORY STORE (sensory memory) SHORT TERM MEMORY INPUT decay Large capacity Short duration attention
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Short Term Memory Limited duration Maintenance rehearsal Limited capacity “Magical number 7”;Memory span is 7 ± 2 Chunking
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Short Term Memory Transfer from STM to LTM: maintenance rehearsal elaborative rehearsal
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Short Term Memory Is forgetting due primarily to interference or decay? Brown-Peterson Technique
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Information Processing Model SENSORY STORE SHORT TERM MEMORY INPUT decay attention interference LONG TERM MEMORY maintenance rehearsal & elaborative rehearsal maintenance rehearsal Large capacity Long duration
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2010 for the course PSY 103-02 taught by Professor Nancyfranklin during the Fall '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Lecture 10 - MEMORY Information Processing Model SENSORY...

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