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Lecture 13

PSYC 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Implicit Memory, Explicit Memory, Sensory Memory


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 1000
Professor
Lisa Giguere
Lecture
13

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Lecture 13
Modules 23&24
Memory: The persistence of learning over time through the storage and retrieval
(functions) of information and skills (content)
How do we know something is remembered?
Recall: retrieve information previously learned and unconsciously stored
Recognition: identify which stimuli match your stored information
Relearning: is a measure of how much less work it takes you to learn information
you had studied before
What are the key steps to remember?
Encode: the information gets into our brains in a way that allows it to be stored
Store: the information is held in a way that allows it to later be retrieved
Retrieve: reactivating and recalling the information, producing it in a form similar to
what was encoded
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