Review Sheet, Exam 2_BB

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Review Sheet Exam 2 PSY 101, Swets Checklist of objectives for Chapter 7: Memory __1. Be able to identify the structural features of the modal model of memory. Sensory memory, Short- term memory, long-term memory ____Know about how long each structural feature retains information. Sensory- very brief, ST- 15-30 secs, LT- 30 secs to 100 years ____Know how sensory memory is related to the perception of trails of light and similar visual effects. __2. Know the difference between primacy and recency effects. What sort of memory supports each effect? Know what types of changes to experimental word-list procedures could reduce each sort of effect. __3. What is the Magical Number (Miller)? Plus or minus what? What are the implications of this Magical Number for how most people will remember a list of items? __4. Be familiar with the major differences between STM and Baddeley’s Working Memory model. __5. Be able to identify and recognize examples of each of the following types of memory, and also which types are included within the other types: __declarative __implicit __semantic __episodic __priming __procedural __6. Know which of the types of memory above were in-tact for Clive Wearing, and which were completely gone. __7. Given a description of a memory deficit, be able to identify it as: ____a short-term or long-term memory deficit ____retrograde or anterograde amnesia. __8. Be able to identify instances of shallow and deep processing; Know the circumstances under which deep processing and shallow processing lead to more effective encoding into and retrieval from LTM. __9. Understand the ramifications of the encoding specificity principles for studying and taking tests in different places. Checklist of objectives for Chapter 8: Cognition, Language and Thought __10. Be able to identify: __the field of psychology that studies mental processes and representations __the field that studies the manner in which the human mind processes language __ the interdisciplinary field that studies minds and mental processes
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Winter '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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