05_Memory_Whole_Edit

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Unformatted text preview: ton was the first president of the US ▪  Carbon is the sixth element in the periodic table   Not accessible to consciousness   Learning can still occur despite lack of awareness   Classical conditioning   Learn associations between stimuli   Can’t consciously override them ▪  Learned food aversions   Procedural memory   Memory for how to make skilled responses and actions ▪  Riding a bike, typing   Priming   Activating particular connections or associations in memory ▪  A response to a target stimulus is faster when the same or a related stimulus is presented just prior to the target stimulus 23 Participants are exposed to a word list Tiger Lion Zebra Panda Leopard Elephant After a delay… Participants then complete word puzzles, they are not aware they are a type of memory test Word fragment Completion: C_E_TA_ E_E_ _A_ N_ _ E _ R A Word Stem Completion: Mon _____ Pan_____   Memory is a reconstructive process   Not like a videotape or DVD   Memory errors are pervasive part of remembering process 24 Omission/Forgetting 1.  Transience 2.  Absentmindedness 3.  Blocking Commission/Distortion 4.  Misattribution 5.  Suggestibility 6.  Bias 7.  Persistence 1.) Transience   Tendency to lose access to information across time ▪  Forgetting ▪  Interference ▪  Retrieval failure (Is it necessarily “gone”?) 1.) Transience   Tendency to lose access to information across time ▪  Forgetting ▪  Interference ▪  Retrieval failure (Is it necessarily “gone”?)   Can’t seem to recall   Rapid immediate loss, then gradual decay The Forgetting Curve 25 1.) Transience   Occurs with all memory modalitie...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2014 for the course PSYCH 228 taught by Professor Broaders during the Winter '11 term at Northwestern.

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