Midterm 2 review - PSYC 213 Midterm#2 Review Dana Hayward Caitlin Mouri Midterm#2 Info Tuesday March 27 IN CLASS 1 55 MCQs 60 min SEATING CHARTS ARE NOW

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PSYC 213 – Midterm #2 Review Dana Hayward Caitlin Mouri
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Midterm #2 Info 1) Tuesday, March 27, IN CLASS 55 MCQs, 60 min 2) SEATING CHARTS ARE NOW POSTED! Please check the location of your seat before you arrive! 3) The midterm is NOT mandatory Your mark will be calculated as; Your BEST midterm score + the final OR JUST the final 4) Covers Ch. 7, 9-12 NOT cummulative
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Chapter 7 Imagery
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Concreteness Paivio’s Dual Coding Theory Concrete: imagens and logogens Abstract: logogens only Remember concrete items better
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Concreteness Paivio’s Dual Coding Theory Concrete: imagens and logogens Abstract: logogens only Remember concrete items better Greater right hemisphere activation for concrete items? NO!
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Distictiveness Von Restoroff Effect Different (bizarre) items remembered better Method of Loci Imagine distinctive relationship between item and location Special places strategy Place item in distinctive location But NO relationship between item and location!
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Distictiveness Von Restoroff Effect Different (bizarre) items remembered better Method of Loci Imagine distinctive relationship between item and location Special places strategy Place item in distinctive location But NO relationship between item and location!
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Cognitive Dedifferentiation Synaesthesia Perceptual systems overlap Cross-modal effects Eidetic imagery Perceptual and memory systems overlap Icons Vividness does not always equal accuracy Similar to memory!
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Imagery vs. Perception Imagery and perception share resources Activity in visual sensory areas Feedforward vs. feedback BUT imagery and perception are dissociable Bistable images Reversals less frequent in imagined images
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Spatial Imagery Imagery helps us organize information Mental models Analog form of representation Cognitive maps Objective and categorical distance Frame of reference Navigation and the hippocampus Emergent properties
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Spatial Imagery Imagery helps us manipulate information Mental Rotation Spatial attention Images as anticipations Sex differences
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Vividness is defined on which of the following dimensions? a) Richness and accuracyb) Clarity and brightnessc) Liveliness and similarity to a perceptd) Cross modal effects and memorabilitye) Prior knowledge and clarity
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