Memory - Chapter 8: Memory Memory 0. Encoding 1. Storage 2....

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Chapter 8: Memory Memory 0. Encoding 1. Storage 2. Retrieval Encoding 3. Attention 4. Similar to a filter 5. Location of filter? Levels of Processing 6. Not all attention is created equal 7. Levels of Processing Theory Deeper levels result in longer lasting memory codes 8. Structural Encoding 9. Phonemic Encoding 10. Semantic Encoding Other Dimensions 11. Elaboration 12. Visual Imagery 13. Dual-Encoding Theory (Paivio, 1986) Short-term Memory (STM) 14. Working memory holding info we are aware of at any given moment 15. Limited resource 0. 7 ± 2 items 1. 1.5 to 2 seconds TWAPLONASAFBIUNICEF 16. Chunking 17. Negative relationship with STM 18. Decay Theory Passage of time decreases the strength of the memory 19. Distractor Studies 20. Interference Theory Information gets mixed-up with other information and becomes harder to
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remember 21. New similar to old Long Term Memory 22. Elaborative Rehearsal 2. Relational principle 23. Retrograde Amnesia 3. Inability to recall events preceding an accident
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Memory - Chapter 8: Memory Memory 0. Encoding 1. Storage 2....

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