Memory - Memory What you know how you know What you know...

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Unformatted text preview: Memory What you know, how you know What you know, how you know it, where you learned it, and it, where you learned it, and who you are . . . who you are . . . Memory • Memory – The ability to store and retrieve information over time • Encoding – The process by which we transform what we perceive, think, or feel into an enduring memory • Storage – The process of maintaining information in memory over time • Retrieval – The process of bringing to mind information that has been previously encoded and stored Memory Encoding: Encoding: Transferring Perceptions into Transferring Perceptions into Memories Memories Encoding • Memory is not a recording device • Levels of processing – semantic judgments – rhyme judgments – visual judgments • Elaborative encoding Encoding • Where does this elaborative encoding take place? – semantic (a) – organizational—rhyme (b) – visual (c) Visual Imagery Encoding • Visual imagery • Simonides – Greek poet perfected visual imagery encoding Organizational Encoding • Organizational encoding – noticing relationships – creating categories – conceptual groups Memory Storage: Storage: Maintaining Memories over Maintaining Memories over Time Time •...
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