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Suppose that you wanted to memorize the phone  number of a restaurant:  562-7837.  In terms of the  model, your goal is to get this information into long- term memory. DYNAMICS Atkinson-Shiffrin Model: Basic  Sequence Sensory  Memory Short-Term  Memory Long-Term  Memory Sensor y Input You look at a page of a phone book.             Scanning the page, you find the listing you want.  This  is a “sensory input” to the system.  The first stop is  sensory memory.
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A copy is made in sensory memory of the visual  patterns, 562-7837.  DYNAMICS Atkinson-Shiffrin Model: Basic  Sequence Sensory  Memory Short-Term  Memory Long-Term  Memory Sensor y Input Attention Generally, just paying attention to something in  sensory memory moves it to short-term memory.  However, with verbal information, there is an extra step  because short-term memory prefers to take information  in an auditory form—a form you can hear.
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This is called auditory encoding , the conversion of  visual patterns to sounds.  You do this when you 
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2011 for the course PSY 201 taught by Professor Richardkirkmiller during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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