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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCH 101
Professor
Richard Ennis
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 6MemorySensation and Perception across TimeStage Model Encoding and StorageSensory Memory RegisteroIonic and Echoic memoryoTransfer to STMoInternal and External TriggersShortterm Memory STMoWorking memoryo72oEvaluation of informationLongterm memory LTMoPermanenceoCapacityMemory is essentially a way of storing our sensations and perceptionsThis allows us to encounter our world but not reexperiencing everything every timeStagesoInitial encounteroFiltering processoStorage processoRetrieval processThe first stage is referred to as Sensory memoryManipulationfiltration of memory is known as the short term memoryLong term memory refers to our storage and retrieval processSensory Register External events provide information for sensory organsBackground Foreground informationnoiseHabituated or Internal TriggerExternal Triggerdesensitized Motivated and aroused Selective attention to stimuli forgotten to perceive certain changes in the within secondsinformationenvironmentArousalstimuliStimuliarousalNot registered or Registered and transferred to STMtransferred to STMFinal exam information 72
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