RetrievalMemory

RetrievalMemory - ± transfer appropriate processing = the...

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Retrieval from LTM 1. Recall and Recognition 2. Transfer Appropriate Processing 1. Encoding-retrieval match 2. 3. Reconstructive Remembering 1. Schemas 2. Eyewitness Testimony 4. Explicit vs. Implicit Memory 1. Priming Testing Memory ± free recall = an attempt to remember a specific episodic memory without cues ± cued recall = an attempt to remember a specific episodic memory when provided with cues ± recognition = an attempt to decide whether a specific “probe” is or is not familiar based on memory Encoding-Retrieval Match ± encoding specificity principle = the effectiveness of a retrieval cue depends on the extent to which the cue matches the encoding of the to-be-remembered material (Endel Tulving, University of Toronto)
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Unformatted text preview: ± transfer appropriate processing = the likelihood of successful remembering increases as a function of the similarity (overlap) between processes used during encoding and retrieval Reconstructive Remembering ± schema = an organized knowledge structure (or script) in long-term memory ± reconstruction = assembling a memory with the aid of schemas (top down processing) to link the elements (Un)conscious Memory ± explicit memory = deliberate use of memory with conscious awareness of remembering ± implicit memory = automatic use of memory without conscious awareness of remembering ( priming = benefit due to prior experience)...
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Ennis during the Spring '09 term at Waterloo.

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