Memory - Memory 18:08 Encoding Attention...

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18:08 Encoding Attention Focusing awareness to something Divided attention = less memory encoding Levels of processing Structural encoding (superficial) How object looks (seeing textbook) Phonemic encoding (superficial How something sounds Semantic encoding Remembering the meaning of things Simply reading boosts confidence but is horrible for recall Recall must be practiced ( elaboration ) Linking stimulus to other information Memory durability How strong is your memory on these concepts (strongest levels of processing)   how  long will you remember Enriching Encoding Visual imagery Dual coding theory (Paivio) Memory enhanced by semantic and visual codes, since both lead to recall Doesn’t matter what you think you are, people are not visual, auditory, or semantic  learners (must practice all 3, write say and think word)  Self-referent relate something to your own experience
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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