Psych 2000-Memory-Modules 29-30

Psych 2000-Memory-Modules 29-30 - MEMORY:PART2 PSYC2000...

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MEMORY:  PART 2 PSYC 2000
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TOPICS  Module 29:  Memory Retrieval How do we get information out? Module 30:  Forgetting, Memory Construction and  Improving Memory
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RETRIEVAL: GETTING  INFORMATION OUT Module 29
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HOW DO WE GET INFORMATION OUT? Recall —a measure of memory  in which the person must  retrieve information learned. Recognition —a measure of  memory in which the person  need only identify items  previously learned. Relearning —a measure of  memory that assesses the  amount of time saved when  learning material for a second  time.
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RETRIEVAL CUES
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WHERE DO RETRIEVAL CUES COME  FROM? Memories are held in a web  of associations Surroundings Mood Retrieval cues —anchor  points you can use to access  the target information. Best ones come from  associations we form at the  time we encode a memory Sights Smells Tastes Fire Truck truck fire heat smoke smell water hose red
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PRIMING The activation, often  unconsciously, of particular  associations in memory “Memoryless memory” Invisible memory with  explicit remembering Subliminal stimuli
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SUBLIMINAL MESSAGES
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CONTEXT EFFECTS Test-Retest When in same place,  performance is better Déjà vu—that eerie sense 
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