Lecture10-M25,M26

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Unformatted text preview: mp;decays rapidly. However,&what&hasn’t decayed&quickly&tends to&stay&intact&longEterm. Tip'of'the'Tongue:'Retrieval'Failure Some/mes,&the&memory&itself&does&not&decay. Instead,&what&decays&are&the&associa/ons&and&links that&help&us&find&our&way&to&the&stored&memory. As&a&result,&some&stored&memories&seem&just&below the&surface:&“I&know&the&name...it&starts&with&a&B maybe…” To&prevent&retrieval&failure&when&storing&and rehearsing&memories,&you&can&build&mul/ple associa/ons,&linking&images,&rhymes,&categories,&lists, and&cues. Interference'and'Posi7ve'Transfer Another&downside&of&not&forgefng&is&that&old&and&new memories&can&interfere&with&each&other,&making&it difficult&to&store&new&mem...
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