02-28 Lecture Slides (Final)

02-28 Lecture Slides (Final) - Lecture 11 Memory 1(Memory...

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2/28/13 1 Lecture’11:’ Memory’1’(Memory’Overview’ &’Sensory’Memory)’ PSYC’2145’ Introductory’Cognitive’Psychology’ February’28,’2013’ Announcements’ n 7 th ’ZAPS’assignment’( FALSE’MEMORY ),’due’03/06’(W)’at’ 8:00’p.m.’ n The’readings’for’the’02/28,’03/05,’&’03/07’lectures’ ¨ Topic:’Memory’overview’&’short-term/working’memory’ ¨ Assigned’readings:’ Reisberg,’Ch.’1’(pp.’16-26)’&’Ch.’5’(all)’ n Akira’is’out’of’town’until’Friday’(no’office’hours’today)’ n 2 nd ’mid-term’exam’results’ ¨ Overall’average’(Sections’2’&’3):’~78%’ ¨ If’you’didn±t’do’well’as’you’thought’you’did,’come’talk’to’us’ Main’Points’of’Today±s’Lecture n There’are’di²erent’types’of’memory’ ¨ Declarative’vs.’non-declarative;’episodic’vs.’semantic’memory’ n The’modal’model’assumes’distinct’storage’systems’with’ speci³c’transfer’mechanisms’between’stores’ ¨ Sensory’store,’short-term’store,’&’long-term’store’ n Within’the’modal’model,’the’serial’position’e²ect’reflects’ distinct’contributions’from’STM’and’LTM’ n Sensory’memory’(e.g.,’iconic’&’echoic’memory)’provides’very’ brief’storage’of’sensory’information’ n Although’iconic’memory’rapidly’fades’away,’its’capacity’ seems’relatively’large’ ¨ Sperling±s’study’using’the’partial’report’technique’
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2/28/13 2 Varieties’of’Human’Memory’ n How’do’you’remember’an’ unfamiliar’phone’number’ temporarily?’ ¨ Short-term’memory n Multiply’26’by’34’without’ using’paper’and’pencil’ ¨ Working’memory n What’did’you’eat’for’dinner’ yesterday?’How’about’a’ week’ago?’How’about’ 02/28/03?’ ¨ Episodic’memory n Do’you’remember’how’you’ Frst’learned’the’9/11’terrorist’ attacks?’ ¨ ±lashbulb’memory’ n Are’bananas’edible?’What’ color’are’they’usually?’ ¨
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