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Chapter 7 Memory 1. KNOW THE BOLD TERMS. 2. Why do we find it difficult to carry on two conversations at once? 3. What is the “next-in-line” effect? 4. Which of the following effects the greatest learning: Semantic, acoustic, or visual encoding? 5. Be familiar with the various forms of memory discussed in your text. 6. How large is our long term memory storage capacity? 7. Know about the synaptic changes thought to be involved in memory 8. What is the difference between implicit and explicit memory? 9. What role is the hippocampus thought to play in memory? Who was Clive Wearing and what happened to his memory? 10. What is the Atkinson-Shiffrin model of memory? 11. How does context influence retrieval? 12. What is the difference between retrograde and anterograde amnesia? 14. Be familiar with the work of Elizibeth Loftus and her false memory research.
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Unformatted text preview: 15. What strategies does your text suggest for you to improve your memory (e.g., elaborative rehearsal, method of loci, exaggerated associations, etc.). Chapter 8 1. KNOW THE BOLD TERMS. 2. What is a prototype? What are the positive and negative examples of this? 3. What is an algorithm? What are heuristics? 4. What factors affect problem solving (e.g., functional fixedness, insight, incubation, mental sets, representative heuristic, etc.)? 5. How is language thought to shape how we see the world? What is Whorfs hypothesis (see notes) and no, it is not a Star Trek reference)? 6. What is a language acquisition device? 7. Be familiar with the five theories of language development discussed in your text. 8. What do the following terms/phrases mean: Esprit de I'escalier, korinthenkacker, and litost (see notes) ?...
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