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1 Memory & Thought

2 HOT ROC Describe your oldest memory Explain Describe the stranger who came in the room in as much detail as possible How does this relate to memory?

3 Memory Game Look at the items for two minutesitems After 2 minutes- write down as many items as you can remember Discuss as a class

4 The processes of memory

5 Stages of Memory

6 Activity Time!! In the next few slides you will be presented with various numbers and letters. Stare at the letters and numbers. Once they have disappeared, you will attempt to reproduce what you saw.

7 RTHGNOLVQWPORJKS

8 GFH NKO WAQ JLK VCC PXL HDT LMKQSZ LJU

9 RAT DEW MIL POPZOO MOM PALWAS LOG NOW

10 PEDFYULONVEWALUNIRSOPKLORELKIX

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13 My cat thought that my clothes basket was its litter box, and he had a big old nasty accident.

14 Understanding Chunking What groups were you able to remember? Why?

15 New Activity!

16 Discussion Write down as many items as you can remember Did the misspellings hinder your memory ability? How does this relate to the primacy- recency effect?

17 Retrieving Information Forgetting is as important as remembering… If we remembered everything, we should be as ill off as if we remembered nothing. It would take as long for us to recall a space of time as it took the original time to elapse, and we should never get ahead with our thinking.- William James

18 Skits! In a group, you will create skits to demonstrate the assigned memory retrieval or forgetting technique (pgs ) Include proper terminology 3-5 minutes in length Be creative, engaging, and entertaining! Visuals are allowed Topics: Recognition Reconstructive memory Confabulation Eidetic memory State-Dependent Learning Relearning Decay Interference Amnesia


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