Ch07-Memory - 2011 - handouts

Ch07-Memory - 2011 - handouts - Psych101-S&M Memory...

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1 Memory (see Chapter 7) Larry W. Hawk, Ph.D. University at Buffalo, State University of New York Memory Overview I. Types of Memory II. Memory Improvement III. Memory Loss IV. The Reconstruction of Memory I. Types of Memory A. Ebbinghaus - good, but not the whole pix B. Methods of testing C. Information-processing view D. Declarative vs. procedural memory
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2 A. Ebbinghaus - A start (1850-1909) began scientific study of memory A. Ebbinghaus - A poor memory? learned 1000s of lists - well forgot them quickly Why? A. Ebbinghaus - A poor memory? Interference Figure 7.4
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3 A. Ebbinghaus - A poor memory? Interference Meaningfulness Distinctiveness von Restorff effect - I. Types of Memory A. Ebbinghaus - good, but not the whole pix B. Methods of testing C. Information-processing view D. Declarative vs. procedural memory B. Methods of testing memory recall - cued recall - recognition -
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4 I. Types of Memory A. Ebbinghaus - good, but not the whole pix
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