MEMORY_2 - 1 Yes 2 No Did you check Stephen Wiltshire's web...

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Did you check Stephen Wiltshire’s web site since last Tuesday? 1. Yes 2. No Levels-of-processing It’s not just how much you rehearse Shallow encoding leads to poor memory Deep encoding leads to better memory This is relevant to how information goes from STM to LTM
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Droodles (Bower et al., 1975) A midget playing a trombone in a telephone booth. An early bird who caught a very strong worm. http://www.mmlc.northwestern.edu/external /paller/memory-demo_content.html
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Cognitive Theories of Memory Sensory Memory Short-term Storage Problems with modal model Passive rehearsal doesn’t lead to better memory levels-of-processing Cognitive Theories of Memory Sensory Memory Short-term Storage Problems with modal model Passive rehearsal doesn’t lead to better memory Depth-of-processing Working Memory Limited capacity store for performing mental operations. Baddeley (1974, 1995) Phonological Loop Similar to STM
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Pay attention to what is changing between the two displays
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Number of objects encoded 0 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 6 8 Set Size The visual-spatial sketchpad has a limited capacity 1 2 3 4 6 8 So, how does that relate to the change blindness demonstration?
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Which of the following problems is more likely to be due to retroactive interference? a. An experimenter tells you to remember "HIZNF", but then asks you to count backward by threes from 227. Twenty seconds later you cannot remember HIZNF. b. You read a story but when you try to tell it you leave out several unimportant details and you distort some others. c.
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