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Mem Cats Grounded
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• Link to youtube version of “MEMORY” from the musical “Cats.” • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_UQil4 j_i8 • Remember that the entire cast was grounded and had to stay in Searle’s Chinese Room.
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• Memory • Representation of CATEGORIES • Category knowledge is grounded in PERCEPTUAL REPRESENTATIONS
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Memory • Sensory – very short term (400ms / 2 sec) • Short term – rehearsal of phone numbers (20 seconds) • Long term – unlimited capacity – retained knowledge
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Sensory STM LTM attention rehearsal input output Modal Model 1968
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Baddeley’s Working Memory Model Central Executive Phonological Loop Visuo-Spatial Sketchpad
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Kinds of Memory Long-term Memory: Permanent memory storage Episodic Memory: Memory for events that happened at a particular time and place; requires some reference to the self as a participant in the episode; involves mental time travel
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Long Term Memory Semantic Memory: Memory for general knowledge; no reference to the time and place in which the information was acquired Declarative Memory: Conscious memory for facts and events
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Long Term Memory Procedural Memory: Memory for “how to” do something; involved in the learning of habits and skills; gradual incremental learning Explicit Memory:
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