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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganWinter

2650 Lecture 8: PSYCH 2650 LECTURE 8

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4 Feb 2016
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Our memory for episodes, graphical events, what happens to you. (you have to have encoding information for those speci c episodes. * elaboration (inste
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November 17th Lecture Notes

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25 Nov 2011
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PSYC 2650 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Psychology, Working Memory, Stopwatch

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19 Nov 2012
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The hierarchical division of the sentence into units called phrases. Breaks in syntax = change in comprehension, reading speed, The pattern of pauses a
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PSYC 2650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Prototype Theory, Dermatology, Central Tendency

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31 Oct 2012
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It doesn"t feel faded or frayed in any way, which is different from the normal experience of memory: these memories are unique in a number ways, involv
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November 8th Lecture Notes

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25 Nov 2011
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2650 Lecture 6: PSYCH 2650 - Language

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4 Feb 2016
26
Some of these topics interest people from other elds as well such as economics and linguistics. * view the questions asked by cognitive scientists. Stu
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2650 Lecture 10: PSYCH 2650 LECTURE 10

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4 Feb 2016
29
Material related to the third lab, hypothesis. Neuropsychology (general) hypothesis - how do recognize objects (faces are unique) Slow reaction times o
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PSYC 2650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Neuropsychology, Hermann Ebbinghaus, Behaviorism

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9 Oct 2012
22
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October 6th Lecture Notes

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25 Nov 2011
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October 13th Lecture Notes

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25 Nov 2011
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PSYC 2650 Lecture Notes - Frontal Lobe, Encoding Specificity Principle, Endel Tulving

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29 Jan 2013
22
Context reinstatement often useful in remembering; important in encoding and retrieving info (tulving and thomson) experiment demonstrates way in which
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Cognitive Psychology Typicality Effect

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10 Jan 2012
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Sufficiency: if it has these qualities is it sufficient to put it in that category. Something at a lower level inherits things above it. Canary, don t
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