HM_metamem - THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF HUMAN MEMORY Tulvings...

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THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF HUMAN MEMORY Tulving’s “autonoetic” or “self- knowing” view Schacter: Remembering and the “role of the experiencer” Metacognition Our knowledge about our own knowledge and skills, and cognition in general Metamemory Our knowledge about the contents of our memory, our memory abilities, and theories about memory in general Judgments can be based on Familiarity of cue or cue domain Accessibility of relevant target information Amount of competitors retrieved
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JUDGMENTS OF LEARNING The design of a JOL experiment Study a set of items Judge “how well learned” was each item Test memory at a later point “Calibration” often poor May depend on when the JOL is done Integrative imagery vs. rote learning Immediate or delayed JOL Judgments of Learning 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Immediate Delayed Timing of JOLs JOL Magnitude Imagery Rote
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STUDY TIME AND JOL’s Do students widely distribute their
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course EXP 4504 taught by Professor Fischler during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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