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001-12 Study Guide Exam 2.07 Memory Memory defined Stages of memory Iconic and Echoic memory Phonological loop and visuospatial sketchpad Techniques to move sensory information to short-term to long-term Novel and unusual sensory information and long-term memory Declarative and non-declarative memory: categories and contents Memory organization: clustering/association Semantic network model Tip-of-the-tongue (TOT) experience Serial positioning effect Proactive/retroactive interference Memory consolidation (interference with) Context, mood effects on memory State-dependent memory Flashbulb memory and ordinary memory Encoding failures Prospective memory Source confusion and memory Memory consolidation Eyewitness memory The Memory Wars: Recovered False Memories (pages 270-271) Cultural Difference in Early Memories (page 251) Imperfect Memories (page 265-267) Imagination Inflation The Search for the Biological Basis of Memory (pages 273-274) In Focus 6.4: H.M. and Famous People (page 277) Scientific American: Creating False Memories 1
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