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Chapter 5 Memory Memory Memory- three key functions *Encoding *Storage *Retrieval Encoding *Memory is not a recording device *Levels of processing *semantic judgments *rhyme judgments *visual judgments *Elaborative encoding 1
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Visual Imagery Encoding *Visual imagery encoding *Simonides *Greek poet perfected visual imagery encoding Organizational Encoding *Organizational encoding *noticing relationships *creating categories *conceptual groups 2
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Memory Storage *Memory storage *Sensory memory store *iconic memory *echoic memory *Short-term (working) memory *Long-term storage Short-term Memory *Short-term (working) memory *Rehearsal improves duration (15-20 sec.) *Chunking improves capacity (7 plus or minus 2 items) *Working memory (active) 3
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Long-term Memory *Long-term memory store *Anterograde amnesia (no memory forward) *Retrograde amnesia (no memories backward) *Hippocampus Memories in the Brain *Memories formed via synaptic activity *Long-term potentiation (LTP) results *enhanced neural processing *NMDA receptor *flow of info. from one neuron to another 4
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