Module 11 Notes Midterm 3

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Module 11 Notes Midterm 3 Memory: the ability to retain information over time through encoding, storing, and retrieving. A. Three Types of Memory a. Sensory Memory: an initial process that receives and holds environmental info in its raw form for a brief period of time, for up to several seconds. b. Short term Memory: can only hold a limited amount of info, an average of 7 items, for up to 30 seconds. c. Long Term Memory: process of storing unlimited amounts of info over long periods of time. B. Sensory Memory: Recording a. Iconic Memory: a form of sensory memory that automatically holds visual info for ¼ of a second or more, as soon as you shift your attention, the info disappears. b. Echoic Memory: sensory memory that holds auditory info for 1 to 2 seconds C. Short term Memory: Working a. Maintenance Rehearsal: the practice of intentionally repeating or rehearsing info so that it remains longer in short term memory. b.
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