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BEH225 Week 3 DQ 2 - Week Three Discussion Question Two...

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Week Three, Discussion Question Two Your Name Here AXIA College - the University of Phoenix BEH 225 Instructor, Name Here Month and Day, 2009 Think about the last time you attended a lecture or were in a classroom. Applying the information-processing model, why did some things make it into your short-term memory and some things into your long-term memory? How can knowing this process increase your learning potential? How would you reduce the likelihood of forgetting important information? In any situation - whether it be in an arena or in a one-on one situation, I believe that information chunking and my ability to engage in most activities - including writing and listening in a rhythmic fashion [because I possess an elevated MI: “Musical” level] permit me to commit things to long-term memory easily. In all truthfulness, I try to find rhythm in what should be remembered. Once this rhythm is uncovered, information may be stored into LTM in an easy manner.
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