Memory - Memory Memory: the storage, retention and recall...

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Nonsense Syllables: REK, JIB, MOF, QON Memory Interference: the retention of older material makes it harder to retain new material and vice versa . Proactive Interference: is when the old interferes with the new . Retroactive Interference: is when the new interferes with the old . Early Research on Memory: Ebbinghaus Memory: the storage, retention and recall of events, information and procedures.
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Tests of Memory Free Recall: to produce an open-ended response from memory . Cued Recall: the person being tested gets hints about the correct answer . Recognition: the person being tested is offered several choices and then asked to select the correct one . Savings method: compares the rate at which someone relearns material as opposed to learning something new. original learning time – relearning time = memory
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Explicit Memory: involves the recall of knowledge and events in which a person deliberately retrieves the answer and recognizes it as a correct one. Implicit Memory: an experience influences something you say or do even though you might not be aware of the influence. Declarative Memories: memories we can readily state in words. Procedural Memories: memories of motor skills. How does info get processed into memory? Information-processing model of memory: information enters the system, is processed and coded in various ways, and is then stored .
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