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Unformatted text preview: 1 Memory Dr. Kim Vu PSY332: Cognition 1 Session 9 MEMORY Memory can be defined as the availability of information ________________________________ Our memory is important because it PSY332: Cognition 2 Dr. Kim Vu defines us Memory Different Memory Distinctions PSY332: Cognition 3 Dr. Kim Vu Episodic Memory Explicit Memory Implicit Memory Semantic Memory Procedural Memory Priming Effects Memory processes _________________ -transformation of information into suitable form for storage -holding on to PSY332: Cognition 4 Dr. Kim Vu _________________ holding on to representations of the information _________________ -recovering stored information How Do We Measure Memory? Types of Information PSY332: Cognition 5 Dr. Kim Vu Basic tests Recall Recognition Relearning Reconstruction Indirect tests Recall Example: Present list of words, ask participants to give the items back PSY332: Cognition 6 Dr. Kim Vu Free Recall Serial Recall Application- 2 Recognition Example: Present list of words, then give participants back the words and distractors. Participants are ask to PSY332: Cognition 7 Dr. Kim Vu indicate which items are __________________________....
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- Fall '09