Memory%20-Mod% - OUTLINE: Modules 20, 21, 22 MEMORY Dopey,...

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OUTLINE: Modules 20, 21, 22 MEMORY Dopey, sleepy, sneezy, doc, bashful, grumpy, happy 1. Modal Model of Memory a. Sensory Memory- place where info is in raw form b. Short Term Memory (working)- once analyzed it is sent here hold it here for a little (what you are thinking about right now) c. Long Term Memory- vast storage area, has your memories, not thinking about now but you can retrieve it 2. Forgetting a.Decay b.Interference c. Repression 3. 4. Memory Malleability (Distortions) a.False Memories b.Eyewitness Memory
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3 STEPS OF "HAVING A MEMORY": 1. ENCODING Take in new info and convert it into your memory 2. STORAGE Hanging out in your head, stored in your brain, there when you need 3. RETRIEVAL When needed you can go in your brain and get the information…retrieve the information
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SENSORY MEMORY- Brief persistence of sensory information 1. Types of sensory registers (memory): Iconic Memory- where visual information is processed Echoic Memory- Auditory information in processed Sperling Studies of Sensory memory: X23,S8 Results: people could usually report 5-9 2. Questions: How does sensory memory work? Holds sensory info. In its raw form so that it can be
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