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How are memories important? How do memory systems work? How can you improve your memory?
Encoding Storage Retrieval
Sensory Register Short-Term Store Long-Term Store Response
iconic – visual, about ¼ sec. echoic – auditory, 1-2 sec attention needed for further processing
Visual, acoustic, or kinesthetic Chunking Rehearsal Duration of about 20 sec without rehearsal
Modern version of short-term memory Emphasizes processing while storing Active part of long-term memory
Hippocampus Long-term potentiation (LTP)
Meaning-based Very high capacity Long duration
Declarative › Semantic › Episodic Procedural Implicit › Priming effects › Deja vu
Misinformation effect Source amnesia Effects of expectation and bias Repressed Memory
mnemonics encoding specificity avoiding interference › proactive › retroactive distributed practice/spacing state-dependent learning
Memory The persistence of learning over time through the storage and retrieval of information.
M EMORY Chapter Review. Process by which we retain and recall something learned or experienced.
MEMORY WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT- YOUR EXPERIENCES? OR YOUR MEMORY OF THEM?
Chapter 10 Memory & Thought
Cognitive Psychology Memory Sensory memory Short-term memory Long-term memory.
PRESENTING The Atkinson-Shiffrin Model of Memory It states that we have 3 memories: Sensory Memory, Short-Term Memory, and Long-Term Memory.
Memory. Questions Why do we forget? Is it possible to have a false memory? How can we improve memory?
Thanks for the memories Functional aspects of memory Richard Fielding Department of Community Medicine HKU.
Introduction to Psychology Human Memory. Lecture Outline 1)Encoding 2)Storage 3)Retrieval and Forgetting 4)Multiple memory systems.
Memory Chapter Nine. What is Memory? Maintenance of learning over time What good is remembering if you can’t recall it? Declarative, Procedural, Episodic.
Memory Q1 Persistence of learning over time through the storage and retrieval of information.
Memory. Information Processing Sensory Register Temporary storage Unlimited capacity Iconic memory Echoic memory.
UNIT 7A COGNITION: MEMORY.
Chapter 7 Human Memory. Table of Contents Human Memory: Basic Questions How does information get into memory? How is information maintained in memory?
Chapter 6 Memory.
MEMORY – CHAPTER 9 QUESTIONS
INFORMATION VISUAL – “ICONIC” AUDITORY – “ECHOIC” SENSORY MEMORY VERY LARGE CAPACITY INFO STAYS FOR.5 – 2 SECONDS MOST PEOPLE HOLD 3 -5 ITEMS (SPERLING’S.
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