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Intro Ch. 7 Memory PPT Skeletons

Intro Ch. 7 Memory PPT Skeletons - Chapter 7 Memory What is...

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Chapter 7 Memory
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What is MEMORY ? Memory – internal record of some prior event or experience; a set of mental processes that receives, encodes, stores, organizes, alters, and retrieves information over time
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Video Remembering and Forgetting… w/ Phil Zimbardo from the “ Discovering Psychology ” series
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Three Stages of Memory Stage 1 Stage 1 - Sensory Memory is a brief representation of a stimulus while being processed in the sensory system Stage 2 Stage 2 - Short-Term Memory (STM) is working memory Limited capacity (7 items) Duration is about 30 seconds Stage 3 Stage 3 - Long-Term Memory (LTM) is large capacity and long duration
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Overview of Memory Model
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Integrated Model Concepts Encoding – process of translating info into neural codes (language) that will be retained in memory Storage – the process of retaining neural coded info over time Retrieval – the process of recovering info from memory storage
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Integrated Model of Memory
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Overview of LTM Overview of LTM
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Varieties of LTM Varieties of LTM Two types of LTM Semantic memory refers to factual information Episodic memory refers to autobiographical information as to where and when an event happened
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