Module 17 - Module 17 Remembering Measuring Memory Memory...

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Module 17 Remembering Measuring Memory Memory can be accessed in different ways Recall- spontaneously produce this information, fill in the blank tests are recall tests. Retrieval cues are hints that help people recall. For example if you have a fill in the blank test and give a hint such as it starts with an E. Recognition- recognizing the correct information when it is present such as multiple choice tests. Relearning- measuring the amount of time it takes for somebody to relearn information, how much time it takes to relearn that information indicates how we well it was learned in the first place. Retrieval cues- a web of associations that are all tied together to help you remember that information. Pneumonic devices are ways to help us recall information. Serial Position Effect The position the information was in when it was learned indicates how well it is going to be remembered. The reason we remember words in the beginning (primary effect) is because we
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