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Unformatted text preview: 11. Distinguish between implicit and explicit memory, and identify the main brain structure associated with each. 12. Contrast the recall, recognition, and relearning measures of memory. 13. Explain how retrieval cues help us access stored memories, and describe the process of priming. 14. Describe the effects of internal states on retrieval. 15. Explain why we should value our ability to forget, and distinguish three general ways our memory fails us. 16. Discuss the role of encoding failure in forgetting. 17. Discuss the concept of storage decay, and describe Ebbinghaus’ forgetting curve. (on back) 18. Contrast proactive and retroactive interference, and explain how they can cause retrieval failure. 19. Describe source amnesia’s contribution to false memories. 20. Give arguments supporting and rejecting the position that very young children’s reports of abuse are reliable....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 413 taught by Professor Moorhouse during the Winter '10 term at Grand Valley State.
- Winter '10
- Working Memory