PGS101 ch 7

PGS101 ch 7 - Module 7.1 Memory systems Memory is a system...

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Module 7.1 Memory systems Memory is a system that allows for retention of information, skills, and capacities over time… key info processes: encoding, storage, retrieval – all 3 have to happen Short term- selective atten as gatekeeper, brief storage of amount of info long-term- relatively permanent storage or nearly limitless info Module 7.2 losing it: decay, displacement, interference holding on: chunking, maintenance rehearsal gone in less than 20 seconds on average Elaborative rehearsal- how can we form lasting memories (deeper) constructive processing- do memories have playback button? network model- how are memories organized/interconnected reintegration- does one memory spark flood of other memory Long term- declarative memory- facts Semantic memory- knowledge about the world Episodic memory- personal experiences Procedural memory- skills Motor skills and habits, conditioned responses Module 7.3 measuring memory Indirect process recall- free recall- just tell me, remember and reproduce (essay question)
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Short during the Fall '11 term at ASU.

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PGS101 ch 7 - Module 7.1 Memory systems Memory is a system...

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