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Memory Day 2 Storage & Retrieval
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Storage: Long-Term Memory Implicit and Explicit Procedural and Declarative
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Explicit and Implicit Memory Explicit Memory: Conscious of the memory, can explicitly recall it Implicit Memory: Unconscious of the memory, influences behavior (as in the two previous examples) Even if not asked to memorize, just read words (Schachter, 1992) Even if you have no memory of being exposed to the word (Graf & Mandler, 1984)
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Procedural and Declarative Memory Procedural memory: reflected in skills and actions Declarative memory: facts Episodic memory: Personal experiences: when, where, and what Semantic memory: General factual knowledge
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Retrieval Retrieval pathways Encoding specificity Distinctiveness
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Memory strategies provide retrieval pathways Method of loci, pegging More elaborations, more cues Students associate words, remember more if they made more associations (Mäntylä, 1986)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Passer during the Spring '07 term at University of Washington.

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