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gensg2_f09_Pt2 - General Psychology Fall 2009 EXAM 2 -...

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General Psychology Fall 2009 EXAM 2 -- STUDY GUIDE: Part Two (of Two) CHAPTER 7 MEMORY I. Key Process #1: Encoding A. Types 1. sensory 2. language-based (visual/structural; acoustic/phonemic; semantic) B. Role of attention (be able to answer the following questions) 1. how is attention related to memory? 2. why is the term "selective attention" redundant? C. Level of processing (how is it related to retention?) D. Methods of enriching encoding (how does each work?) 1. elaboration 2. visual imagery 3. self-referent encoding II. Key Process #2: Storage A. Sensory Memory 1. type of encoding 2. capacity 3. duration (how is info lost from sensory memory? can sensory memory loss be prevented?) B. Short-term Memory (STM) 1. type of encoding (which is favored ?) 2. capacity (magic number + 7; effects of chunking) 3. duration (role of rehearsal; displacement) 4. how is STM related to "working memory"? C.
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