PSYC-223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Implicit Memory, Fine Motor Skill, Phonological Awareness

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Context does not matter as much with implicit tasks. Exhibit forgetting after a delay: more clear forgetting in explicit vs implicit memory. Development moves from a more verbatim style of memory to gist storage. Kids struggle with extracting the theme so they have a bias towards storing verbatim. False memory effect: percentage falsely remembering a word is much higher in older children. Tie the foot to the mobile: will kick more to make the mobile move. Measures ltm: how long can the delay be to still have the baby recall the activity. Older have longer memories; even young babies can remember for about a week. Less opportunity to rehearse the memories due to a lack of language before this age. Se(cid:374)se of self: (cid:271)efo(cid:396)e age (cid:1006) do(cid:374)"t (cid:374)e(cid:272)essa(cid:396)il(cid:455) u(cid:374)de(cid:396)sta(cid:374)d themselves as distinct from. Infantile amnesia: most memories are between 3 and 4, unless it was particularly traumatic.

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