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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCH 101
Professor
Richard Ennis
Semester
Fall

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October 22 2013 Memory Processing  Without memory there would be no existing schema’s = no accommodation/assimilation  Sensory Memory   Initial stage to come in contact with something   Temporary   Lots of storage/capacity  Iconic (visual memory)   Echoic (sound memory) “echo” Background noise­ does not get past STM ­ Unhabituated – so comfortable with the existence of something it does ­      not become noticeable/important to us.  ­ Desensitization – sensor
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