For memory, you’re using iconic memory for the visual images you see. You have toremember where you saw the images you’re able to pick a pair and earn points to win. This gameuse short- term memory to keep the game going. It only keeps the information of where the cardsare for a short period. Once it is your turn, it is up to your retrieval cues to help you rememberwhere the card you need is. Absentmindedness can stop you from winning the game becauseonce your turn passes you have to wait for a next one. Meaning, your mind could wander andyouforget where the pair is, you had in mind.For Perfection, you use semantic encoding to recognize the shapes on the boards. Youalso use your long-term and echoic memory to do the same thing. As you play, retrieval cueshelp keep you on track and help bring information to mind. Explicit memory can also help withthis game. Blocking or absentmindedness can prevent you from winning this game because thetime limit can cause anxiety that can block you from producing information.ReferencesSchacter, D. L., Gilbert, D. T., Nock, M. K., & Wegner, D. M. (2018). Introducing Psychology(4th ed.). New York: Worth, Macmillan Learning.
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