Review guidelines General psychology ch 7

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Review guidelines General psychology – 101:05 - Fall 2010 Chapter 7 1. What are the three stores in the information-processing view of memory? 2. What are span (capacity) and duration, for which these three stores differ? 3. What are the capacity and duration of short-term memory? Explain what the magic number 7 ± 2 is. 4. What is working memory and what are the components of working memory (Your book has one more component than the slide – go with the book? 5. Explain the similarities and differences between retroactive and proactive interference. 6. Explain what chunking is and how it can help you remember more. 7. How does rehearsal help your memory? What is the difference between elaborative and maintenance rehearsal? 8. Explain the levels of processing model of memory. Why is deeper processing better for later retrieval? 9. What are the capacity and span of long-term memory? 10. What are the primacy, recency and von Restorff effect? Explain what the serial position curve is. 11. What are the two types of explicit or declarative memory, and how are they
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