Lecture10-M25,M26

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Unformatted text preview: tates: “I'wonder'if'you’d'mind'giving me'direc7ons.'I’ve'never'been sober'in'this'part'of'town before.” The'Serial'Posi7on'Effect Priming&and&context&cues are&not&the&only&factors which&make&memory retrieval&selec/ve. The'serial'posi7on'effect refers&to&the&tendency, when&learning&informa/on in&a&long&list,&to&more&likely recall&the&first&items (primacy'effect)&and&the last&items&(recency'effect). In&what&situa/on&is&the recency&effect&strongest? Module'26:'ForgeQng, Memory'Construc7on, Improving'Memory ForgeQng:'not'always'a'bad'thing Wouldn’t&it&be&good&to&have&brains&that&stored&informa/on&like a&computer&does,&so&we&could&easily&retrieve&any&stored&item and&not&just&the&ones&we&rehearse? What&would&that&feel&like?&...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2014 for the course PSYCH 10 taught by Professor Zaidel during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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