CHAPTER 7: MEMORY
Section 1: Nature of Memory
Section 2: Memory Encoding
Memory: the retention of info or experience over time
Information PROCESSING model: long-term memory is a system that
encodes, stores, and retrieves info
The way info is encoded cr
1. In the past century or so, life expectancy has dramatically increased by close
to two thirds.
2. Scientists believe that the possible age at death will rise up due to an
ongoing increase in data.
3. Stem-cell banks, telomerase amplifiers, and somatic g
Positions for the Human Rights Committee
Counterterrorism and Detention without trial
Japan has adopted a criminal justice system in which strongly secures the safety and security of
our people. As a country with one of the lowest crime rates in
CHAP 9: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
SEC1: exploring human development
Section2: Child development
Development: the pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities that occurs
throughout the course of life.
Developmental psychology: interested in how people c
1. Daron Acemoglu is an educated economist who has been involved with big names and
publications. I would think he is credible due to his experience and background.
2. Esquire, the publication this article is from, is most likely credible. It is a well kn
1. The thesis is Russias current circumstances could lead to dangers that dwarf the
challenges posed by ISIS and cyber attacks.
A nuclear arsenal: Russia and America control the vast majority of their nuclear
However, Moscow relies on these weapo
These images seem to express thoughts and emotions relating to feeling proud when
the British are thinking about their empire. Britain was most likely pleased with how much they
have achieved and accomplished throughout the years. As you can see in "Em
1. I think the term "geography's revenge" refers to the blatant conflict over territory around the
world. Moreover, the author goes on and talks about how this issue should've been resolved
long ago, yet still powerful nations such as the U.S. are struggl
The Republic of Iraq
Positions for the Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee
Effects of Climate Change on Insular Developing States
The Republic of Iraq sees the need to attend to climate change both at home in Iraq and
across the world, especia
1) Young children, as well as tourists, seemed to enjoy the quarries, especially since swimming
was so accessible.
2) After three long years, the man's tinted car windows inevitably turned opaque.
3) The man dressed in all black received some disarming lo