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psy1ch6outlineSu11 - I. General Psychology Ch. 6 Outline:...

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General Psychology Ch. 6 Outline: Memory I. The Phenomenon of Memory A. Information Processing 1. Encoding 2. Storage 3. Retrieval B. Three-stage Processing Model 1. Sensory memory 2. Short-term memory/working memory i. To extend the capacity of STM chunking ii. To extend duration of STM maintenance rehearsal 3. Long-term memory - relatively permanent storage C. Encoding: Getting Info In D. How We Encode 1. Automatic processing 2. Effortful processing 1. The next-in-line effect 2. Spacing effect 3. Serial position effect E. What We Encode 1. Encoding meaning 1. 3 types i. Visual encoding ii. Acoustic encoding iii. Semantic encoding 2. Encoding imagery 3. Organizing info for encoding 1. Chunking 2. Hierarchies
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II. Storage A. Sensory Memory 1. Iconic memory 2. Echoic memory B. Short-Term Memory C. Long-Term Memory E. Two Systems in LTM (Storing Implicit & Explicit Memories) 1. Implicit memory (procedural memory 2. Explicit memory (declarative memory 1. 2 subsystems
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course PSYCH 1 taught by Professor Staffm during the Fall '09 term at DeAnza College.

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