PSY 101H Lecture 9 - PSY101HLecture9 19:06 Announcements:

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PSY 101H Lecture 9 19:06 Announcements:  No office hours this week Chapter 9 core sections:  o Judgement: Drawing Conclusions from Experience (pg 348-354) o Confirmation Bias (pg 354-355) o Obstacles to Problem Solving (pg 368-369) o Critical Thinking and Experts  Eyewitness Memory Processes involved in memory Encoding the information o Attention is an issue  Storing the information o Information in memory can change without you knowing New experiences warp old memories Retrieving the information o Can be incorrect or incomplete o Can be biased in some way by circumstances Encoding  What you pay attention to has a lot to do with what you remember and how  accurate it is Storage “Flashbulb memory” o memory for the moment of learning about some shocking or traumatic  event but not the memory for the event itself Public events: 9/11, assassinations, space shuttles crashes, … Private events: Deaths, first ex, … Study: Flashbulb memory
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PSY 101H Lecture 9 - PSY101HLecture9 19:06 Announcements:

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