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Memory Presentation Darrell Dannelley PSY/201 October 02, 2010 Dana Greiner
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How is information stored into your long- term memory? Information is stored in the long-term memory on a relatively permanent basis. Information moves from short-term memory to long term by repetition or rehearsal. Information is coded so that it may be retrieved when needed.
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Information stored in your long- term memory affects your critical thinking skills by: Information stored in your long-term memory keeps experiences, senses. These experiences' and senses' outcomes effect the way your body
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Unformatted text preview: uses the information Past memories will effect how you react to a similar current experience. Memory may affect your ability to learn negatively. The first time I to learn how to do a flight control test on a f-16 jet I was badly hurt by a faulty piece of equipment. The next time I was to learn the same test I was so concerned with getting hurt again I was not paying attention to the person that was teaching me so I did not learn anything. After the third time I was more relaxed and able to learn the steps of the test....
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2011 for the course PSY201 psy201 taught by Professor Danagreiner during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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