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The History for Memorization.docx

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The History for Memorization Learning: the process by which behavioral changes result from experience Memory: the record of our past experiences acquired through learning Memory Expanded -Place: where we store all our experiences, where we keep our record -Thing: pulls the content together. Physical manifestation (of a particular memory): engram -Process: operation in memory. Encoding (getting it in)/storage (keeping it)/retrieval (getting it out) Memory is really important to who we are as individuals. Memory is a rubric, a heading for something really vast and complex, isn’t just one thing. Historical Context Three eras: -Plato (Aristotle’s mentor): Nativist &Aristotle: memory = associations -contiguity, frequency, similarity Believes knowledge is gained from experience. Tried to seek how memory was formed. Recalling one element = recalls similar ideas. Classical conditioning = When things a
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