memory - Retroactive interference-- l forgetting z that...

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Memory Types of memory synaptic eidetic, echoic short term long term Eyewitness testimony Forgetting proactive interference retroactive interference Amnesias retrograde post traumatic Serial position effect Von Restorf Effect Mnemonics
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lost through inattention l working z memory
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Long term potentiation --strengthening in a synaptic pathway that occurs when neurons are stimulated together. (thought to be the basis for learning and memory)
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Bit -- b inary dig it -- smallest unit of information
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Proactive interference -- l forgetting z that occurs when something learned Frst interferes with something learned later.
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Unformatted text preview: Retroactive interference-- l forgetting z that occurs when something learned second interferes with something learned Frst. Von Restorf effect-- distinctive items are remembered better than ordinary items even when they are in the middle of a list (an exception to the serial position effect). Retrograde amnesia-- loss of memory for events that occurred before the onset of amnesia Post traumatic amnesia-- loss of memory for events that occurred after the onset of amnesia Mnemonic -- a method that aids in moving information into long term memory...
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