Articulatory rehearsal process
Rehearsal process involved in working memory that keeps
items in the phonological store from decaying.
Interference with operation of the phonological loop that
occurs when a person repeats an irrele
Wheeler, Struss and Tulving (1977) describe the main
distinguishing characteristic of episodic memory to be.
'dependence upon a special kind of awareness that all
healthy human adults can identify. The type of awareness
experienced when one thinks back to
Properties and facts are stored at the highest level possible,
to recover information, you use inference.
Collection of nodes associated with all the words and
concepts one knows about.
The evaluation of a conclusion based solely on given
When one applies reasoning processes about given
information, but you must use the given information to
arrive at a conclusion (rather than simply evaluate a given
Analysis of trials in England and Wales many years ago
there were nearly 350 cases in which eyewitness
identification was the only real evidence of guilt, of these
74% of the defendents were convicted, indicating the
substantial weight given to
all the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing,
remembering, and communicating
How is Cognitive Psychology different from other
It accepts the use of the scientific method, and generally
rejects introspection as a valid m
Language involves the _ thoughts and feelings.
use of symbols or sounds to convey
Communication involves the _ thoughts and
Language is _ as sounds and letters can be combined
to form words, sentences and so on.
A problem is akin to a _ between where you are and
where you want to be.
gap or obstacle
_ have correct answers and certain procedures will
lead to solutions.
_ have no one correct answer and the solution path is
the branch of psychology concerned with the scientific
study of the mind
the mind (definition 1/2)
creates and controls mental functions such as perception,
attention, memory, emotions, language, deciding, thinking,
What are Episodic, Semantic, and Procedural memories?
Episodic memory are your memories for specic events in your life ex rst day
of college. Semantic: knowledge for facts, random facts. Procedural: knowledge
for how you do things, like muscle memory.
March 5th, 2015
Application Paper Two
I am going to discuss Next-in-Line effect from chapter eight. In chapter ten I will discuss
the Spatial Representation and propositional representation. In chapter eleven I w
Application Paper 1
I am going to discuss speech segmentation from chapter three. In chapter four I will discuss the cocktail party phenomenon and selective attention. In chapter five I will talk about the