LONG TERM MEMORY

LONG TERM MEMORY - LONGTERMMEMORY(LTM)

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LONG TERM MEMORY (LTM ) -e.g. . Results on last exam, name of dog, date of birth  Non-declarative Memory: subsystem within long-term memory consisting of skills acquired through repetitive practice, habits, and simple classically conditioned responses; also called implicit memory Declarative Memory: subsystem within long-term memory that stores facts, information and personal life experiences; also called explicit memory Episodic Memory: subpart of declarative memory that contains memories of personally experienced events Semantic Memory: subpart of declarative memory that stores general knowledge; our mental encyclopedia/dictionary ENDEL TULVING  U of T contended LTM divided into separate memory systems  ENCODING IN LONG TERM MEMORY  Can you Identify caller on phone? know sound of guitar? these abilities mean some LTM are coded in terms of non verbal images: shapes  sounds, smells, tastes -most info stored in terms of "meaning" 
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Scheff during the Fall '08 term at Broward College.

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LONG TERM MEMORY - LONGTERMMEMORY(LTM)

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