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Memory 3 processes: 1. Encoding: 1. Storage: 1. Retrieval:
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Encoding Attention Level of processing Shallow: basic Deep: richer Research on mistakes when recalling word lists Short-term: Long-term: Ways to make processing deeper Elaboration Imagery
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Storage Different levels of storage: System Model Sensory Memory Input from senses stored briefly Capacity: Duration: Visual: Auditory:
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Storage Short-Term Memory Info transferred from sensory memory Capacity: smaller Duration: intermediate Maintained predominantly by rehearsal Working memory
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Storage Long-Term Memory Information transferred from STM: elaboration Explicit Episodic Semantic Implicit Procedural
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Storage Organization Network activation model of memory Node : Priming : Schemas Schema : Affects attention and interpretation Efficient
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Node
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Retrieval Influences Serial position effects Primacy Effect : Recency Effect : Von Restoraff Effect : Recall vs. Recognition
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Serial Position Curve
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Unformatted text preview: 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Beginning Middle End Position of Words in List Percentage of Participants Who Remember Each Word Retrieval Influences Cue-assisted retrieval Senses (visual, auditory, olfactory) Encoding Specificity Principle Context-dependent State-dependent Mood-congruent recall Forgetting Trace Decay Hypothesis Interference Retroactive : Proactive : Prospective memory Improving Memory Enhance encoding, storage Elaboration Increase sensory modalities Use retrieval cues Encoding specificity Visual, auditory Other Memory Failures Amnesia Retrograde: Anterograde: Memory construction Using schemas Fill in gaps (Gestalt) Overconfidence in accuracy of memory Recovered memories: controversy Repression Suggestibility Eyewitness testimony...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course PSYC 100 taught by Professor Pilafova during the Spring '09 term at George Mason.

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