Module 7 Notes
Lesson 1- Memory
Process of Memory
Encoding: the transformation of information so that the nervous system is able to
process and save
o Acoustic, Visual and Semantic Codes
o Automatic Processing: unconscious encoding of information
Piagets Stages of
From birth to about 2 years old
Info/Accomplishments during this stage:
Basic motor development
Object Permanence- Understanding that an object is still there even if
they cant se
1. This case study is about a 65 year old women with a large family. She was an elementary
school teacher for almost 30 years and is now retired. Both of her parents passed away,
and her two younger sisters are in good health. The family doctor has known
Depressants are a type of drug that slows down the actions of the nervous system. They also
cause the individual under the influence of them to feel calm or more relaxed. Examples of
these include Alcohol and Narcotics.
Summarize Kubler-Ross theory of grief.
Kubler-Ross theory of grief breaks it up into five specific stages. The first stage is denial. During
this stage you are saying how you, feel fine and how this, cant be happening to you. The
second stage is Anger, wh
1. Martin Luther King Jr. being assassinated:
This event would have created a flashbulb memory for individuals due to the fact
that it was such a
get enough sleep every
night?. odds are NO!
Most adolescents should be getting over 9 hours of sleep a night!
Facts about Sleep
Consciousness is the awareness of ones self
and ones environmentspecifically if you ar
Learning Operant Conditioning
Operant Conditioning = Think Operator choice
Operant Conditioning involves behavioral choices, and the subsequent rewards or
punishments for specific behaviors
o Comprised of Reinforces and Punishment
According to this test in the Openness to experience/Intellect I scored in the 52 nd percentile.
This means that I am pretty split between the two. I am down to Earth, but creative and
original. I agree with this because