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EdPsy 421 Oct. 2009   Categories of Knowledge Humans store a variety of knowledge types in long term memory. There are numerous taxonomic systems for thinking about different types of knowledge. We will discuss 3 types of knowledge Declarative knowledge of what Procedural knowledge of how metacognitive (conditional) knowledge of when, where, and why
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EdPsy 421 Oct. 2009   Symbolic Representations There are different views on which symbolic representations humans store in long term memory. General agreement that knowledge is represented in networks Associative Propositional Rule-based We will take the position that humans store both verbal and nonverbal symbolic representations. Paivio’s Dual-code theory
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EdPsy 421 Oct. 2009   Declarative Knowledge Factual knowledge of word meanings, ideas, concepts factual knowledge about procedures e.g., I know that “4 X 3 = 12” is
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