PSY201 WEEK THREE ASSIGNMENT

PSY201 WEEK THREE ASSIGNMENT - Memory Presentation Tina...

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7/7/11 Memory Presentation Tina Green PSY/201 Nekeyla Oliver 06/26/2011
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7/7/11 Introduction Information is stored into our long term memory by the three ways that we store memories. It begins with the sensory stage; then in short term memory; and ultimately, for some but not all, in long term memory. Important information is gradually transferred from short-term memory into long-term memory. The more that information is repeated or used, the more likely it is to eventually end up in long-term memory, or to be “retained”. Unlike sensory and short-term memory, which are limited and decay rapidly, long-term memory can store unlimited amounts of information indefinitely.
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7/7/11 A major goal of education is to help learners store information on later occasions to effectively solve problems. There are actually three different types of long-term memory. Episodic memory refers to our ability to recall personal experiences from our past. As its name suggests, this aspect of memory organizes
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course PSY 201 taught by Professor Richardkirkmiller during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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