PSYCHOLOGY EXAM 2 REVIEW

PSYCHOLOGY EXAM 2 REVIEW - PSYCHOLOGY EXAM 2 REVIEW CH 5...

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PSYCHOLOGY EXAM 2 REVIEW CH 5 – Memory Short term- Storage: 7 with a standard deviation of 2, (5-9 items) Information pertinent to Situation Duration: 30sec-1min Tool to increase – rehearsal – repeat information Long term – Storage: Unlimited amount, unknown Anything – Facts, Names, ect. Duration: days, years, decades, ect. Sensory Memory – 1. Iconic – visual 2. Echoic – auditory Duration: 1 sec 1. Encoding 2. Storage 3. Retrieval (1) Definition – making memories a. Elaborate encoding – personal experience with what you already know b. Retain larger in long term into pertinent information (3) Definition – bringing to mind previous information that was encoded and stored State Dependent – same state of mind or feelings while encoding and retrieval Seven Sins of Memory – Memory Failure Transcience – forgetting over time Blocking – can’t recall information, “tip of the tongue” syndrome As soon as learning stops, forgetting starts Episodic – memory from past personal experiences
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course PSYCH 1113 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Oklahoma State.

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PSYCHOLOGY EXAM 2 REVIEW - PSYCHOLOGY EXAM 2 REVIEW CH 5...

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