Echoic memory - through long term memory in an effort to...

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Echoic memory - auditory image. These (as well as other senses) seem to last up to 3 seconds. SO, we can see that within sensory storage we have 2 distinct stores - an iconic and echoic. Once one of these types of memories occur, we have some raw data that will be lost if we do not engage in one of two processes (these two processes are required to get information from sensory memory to short term memory). 1) Pattern recognition - when new information comes into sensory storage, we actively search
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Unformatted text preview: through long term memory in an effort to find a match for this new raw data. 2) Attention - this is pretty obvious. The more we pay attention to a stimulus, the more likely it will continue onto the next memory store (short term memory) Once we have successfully recognized or attended to the information, we are able to bring the information into SHORT-TERM MEMORY (STM)....
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY ps 101 taught by Professor - during the Spring '10 term at Montgomery.

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