L18 Memory

L18 Memory - ASSESSING MEMORY % Remembered 100% recognition...

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ASSESSING MEMORY 100% 0% % Remembered Time recognition recall
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Ways of Assessing Memory Recall: unaided remembering (the first to go) Recognition: determining whether an item has been experienced before (criminal line up, multiple-choice exams) Relearning: seeing whether there is savings from earlier learning when the items are relearned (most sensitive, may show some memory when the others do not.
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Illusory Memory When something is added rather than taken away. Spreading activation. Eyewitness work of Elizabeth Loftus.
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Did you see children getting on the school bus? There was no school bus, but a week later those asked the question were more likely (26%) to report one than if not asked (6%). People report higher speed if asked how fast the car was going when it “smashed into” the other car than when it “hit” the other car. People even believed completely false
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course PSY 200 taught by Professor Craig during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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