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Click to edit Master subtitle style Dr. Ronn Young Memor y Chapte
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Remembering Great Thoughts
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Dr. Ronn Young Memor y Chapte r 7
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Learning Objectives Trace path from incoming information from the environment to long term memory Describe features of each type of memory Show how encoding and rehearsing can affect short term memory 44
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Learning Objectives Explain how memories may be changed or updated Describe how memories are organized Explain procedural, declarative, semantic and episodic memory 55
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Learning Objectives Show how recall, recognition and relearning can be used to measure memory Explain forgetting Explain how memories are formed in the brain Give examples of techniques to improve 66
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77 You need more than good luck! YOU need self confidence to believe YOU can BE who YOU need to be in this next exam! November
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88 Total Recall 1 2 3
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Thanks for the M emories 99 sour nice candy honey sugar soda bitter chocolate good heart taste cake tooth tart pie
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Thanks for the M emories 1010 mad wrath fear happy hate fight rage hatred temper mean fury calm ire emotion enrage
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Memory: Some Key Terms Memory: Active system that receives, stores, organizes, alters, and recovers (retrieves) information Encoding: Converting information into a usable form Storage: Holding this information in memory Retrieval: Taking memories out of storage 1111
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1212 Memory acts like a computer. Encod ing Stor age Retri eval Memory
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Memory Process 1313
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Three Stage Memory Model 1414
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1515 The Three Steps Long-term Memory Not  Attend ed to Forgotten Incoming Information Sensory Memory Selective Attention Short Term Memory Forgotten Not coded while in STM Rehearsal Buffer Coded for LTM
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Atkinson Shiffen Model (1971) 1616
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What is in Short-Term Memory? Verbal Confuse auditory information Semantic (Police, Banker, Accountant) Proactive interference (PI) Visual Mental rotation tasks 1717
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1818 Short-Term Memory Short-Term Memory (STM): Memory system used to hold small amounts of information for relatively brief time periods. Working Memory: Another name for STM; like a mental “scratchpad” Selective Attention: Focusing (voluntarily) on a selected portion of sensory input (e.g., selective hearing) Phonological Storage: Storing information by sound ; how most things are stored in STM Very sensitive to interruption or interference
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Information Bits: Short-term memory limited to the “magic number” of seven (plus or minus two); meaningful units of information, such as numbers, letters, words or phrases. Digit-span Task:
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY Psyc1000 taught by Professor Ronnyoung during the Spring '10 term at UOIT.

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