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Psyc 1101 Memory II June 29, 2010
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Class Outline Quiz Review Encoding and Retrieval Implicit Memory
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Quiz Review Question #1 2 Key distinctions: 1. Reinforcement: increases the probability of a behavior occurring. Punishment: decreases the probability of a behavior occurring.
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Quiz Review Question #1 2 Key distinctions: 2. Positive: presentation of a stimulus. Negative: removal of a stimulus
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Reinforcement: increases the probability of a behavior occurring. Punishment: decreases the probability of a behavior occurring. Positive: presentation of a stimulus. Negative: removal of a stimulus Positive punishment: shocking rat, speeding ticket Negative punishment: taking away food, taking away tv Positive reinforcement: obtaining food, good grades Negative reinforcement: removal of shock, online shopping
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Quiz Review Question 2 Buy 9 pizzas and you get the 10 th one free. -Variable or Fixed? -Interval or Ratio? Fixed Ratio
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Quiz Review Question 3 Change Blindness caveats: -better able to notice changes in peer group. -experts notice changes in scene better than novices. -changes in faces are more easily detected than changes in objects.
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Change Blindness: Bottom Line We are not constantly processing all stimuli in our environment. Left with the “gist”. Truly accurate representations occur when we direct our attention to relevant stimuli. Imdb goofs.
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What does a penny look like?
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Final Word on Change Blindness http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voAntzB7EwE
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Class Outline Quiz Review Encoding and Retrieval Implicit Memory
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Sensory Memory Short-Term Memory Long Term Memory Decay ATTENTION REHEARSAL Encoding Retrieval
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Encoding and Retrieval Encoding: Process by which we transform what we perceive, think, or feel into an enduring memory -visual imagery encoding Ball Stick Bird -elaborative encoding Baldy – Hairless – Shiny – Reflective – Mirror – M – Mark -Michael Scott
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Encoding specificity What kinds of things serve as cues? Memory capacity of deep sea divers. Learn lists of words: On the beach Under 15 feet of water. Tested: On the beach Under 15 feet of water.
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What kinds of things serve as cues? Percent of words recalled 0 10 20 30 40 50 Recalled on Land Recalled Underwater Words learned on land. Words learned
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course PSYCH 1101 taught by Professor Tomhutcheon during the Summer '10 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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