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7/7/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Jess Midkiff PSY/201 ESSENTIALS OF PSYCHOLOGY Sunday, May 15, 2011 Memory
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7/7/11 Presentation Overview How information is stored in long-term memory How information in our long-term memory effects our critical thinking skills Personal affects of memory when learning
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7/7/11 Memory: Our Mental Computer Long-term memory is a difficult thing to understand. It is believed that information is stored in our long-term memory like a computer hard drive. Information moves from our sensory memory to our short-term memory. A process called “rehearsal” moves information from our short-term memory to our long-term memory. This process will make information accessible for recall at a later time or date.
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7/7/11 How Long-term Memory Affects Our Perceptions
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Unformatted text preview: Have you ever noticed how you can hate a food just by the name or the sight of it? Like Brussels sprouts or spinach? But do you remember ever trying these foods? You probably tried them when you were little and your parents wanted you to eat your vegetables, but do not remember it now. That is how our long-term memories can subconsciously effect our perceptions and our critical thinking skills. 7/7/11 Personal Example I tend to be able to remember numbers easily. However, when I am at work and have to take an order while I am busy doing something else, I tend to forget part of the order. I believe this is because of the fact that the order is only part of my short-term memory so it makes it more difficult to remember....
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