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KINDS OF LONG-TERM MEMORY DECLARATIVE (explicit; conscious; knowing what ) episodic memory (events) semantic knowledge (facts) NONDECLARATIVE (implicit; procedural; knowing how ; unconscious) skills and habits associative learning and conditioning nonassociative learning priming Tulving (1984): the evolution of memory systems
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DISSOCIATING IMPLICIT FROM EXPLICIT MEMORY Implicit Tests (e.g., fragment completion) Explicit Tests (e.g., free recall of words) - profound anterograde amnesia no effect big effect - changing stimulus features between study and test big effect little effect - elaborative encoding during study little effect big effect - time between study and test slow rate of rapid rate of forgetting forgetting
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PRACTICE AND MEMORY: THE POWER LAW OF STUDY Ebbinghaus (1885) serial learning task practices lists of 16 nonsense syllables varies number of study trials tests himself the next day by “relearning” 0 5 10 15 20 25 Time to Re 1 2 4 8 16 32 64 Number of Practice vac, tib, pid, ..
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