ALD 320 � Unit 3

ALD 320 � Unit 3 - ALD 320 Unit 3 February 24, 2011...

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ALD 320 – Unit 3 February 24, 2011 1. Memory methods a. Organization b. Collaboration c. Visual Imagery 2. Possible Dichotomies in Long-Term Memory a. Episodic vs. Semantic Memory i. Episodic: memory of personal life experiences (procedural) 1. Remembering when ii. Semantic: general knowledge of the world 1. Knowing that iii. Declarative vs. Procedural Knowledge 1. Declarative: how things were or are 2. Procedural: how to do things under different conditions iv. Explicit vs. Implicit Memory (declarative) 1. Explicit: easily explained 2. Implicit: not easily explained 3. How information is encoded in long-term memory a. Symbols: words, numbers, etc. i. Symbol: represents object or event ii. Verbal codes: encoding as words
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b. Appearance: imagery i. Encoded in modes (i.e. visual, auditory, etc.) c. Meanings: propositions i. Proposition: can be judged as true or false 1. Arguments: objects or events 2. Relation: description of argument or relation between arguments d. Actions: productions
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ALD 320 � Unit 3 - ALD 320 Unit 3 February 24, 2011...

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