PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sensory Memory, Memory Span, Sketchpad

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21 Feb 2018
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To a large extent, it is your memory that tells you who you are. Think about the things that make you, you . They are your relationships with others, your roles in society, the places you"ve been, and things you"ve learned and done. Stm and the speed with which information is lost from stm without it. (4) describe what has been discovered about the limited capacity of stm and explain how chunking can increase memory span. However, participants reported a brief image of all the characters but they felt like they only had time to report 4 before the others faded. A post-array cue signalled which row ps should report. Participants could report about 3 items from that row. The sensory register contains all the items, but we can only fit some into stm (by attending to them). A large number of items (all items?) is at first represented in an unprocessed form in the sensory register.

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