4.What is the sociocognitive perspective on hypnosis? 5.What conclusions have researchers reached on age regression and past-life regression therapies? 6.What is dissociation theory and how does it relate to hypnosis?
1. What is memory? 2. What is meant by the phrase “The paradox of memory”? 3. What is a memory illusion? 4. How are memory illusions a byproduct of a natural tendency of the brain? 5. Why is it accurate to say we actively reconstruct events from memory rather thanpassively reproduce events? 1. Describe the progression of information through the three memory systems. Whathappens to information as it passes through the systems? 2. What is meant by memory system spanand duration? 3. What is the function and duration of sensory memory? 4. What is the function and duration of short-term memory? 5. What is the function and duration of long-term memory? 6. How does sensory memory help us to experience a stable, consistent flow of sensory information? 7. What are echoic and iconic memories? 1. Without rehearsal, how long is information held in short-term memory? 2. How is decay different from interference? How do both affect short-term memory? 3. What is meant by “The Magic Number” for short-term memory? 4. What is the process of chunking? How does chunking increase the capacity of short-term memory? 1. What is rehearsal? Why is it effective? 2.What is the difference between maintenance rehearsal and elaborative rehearsal? 3. What are the differences between visual, semantic, and phonological processing for verbal information, and what is the depth (and success) of each? Learning Objective 5 (pp. 228-230): Long-Term Memory — Primacy and Recency
Effects 1 . Describe the major differences between the long-term and short-term memory systems. 2. Why is remembering what you did 40 minutes ago dependent on long-term memory? 3.What is meant by permastore? How does it relate to long-term memory?