PSYA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Echoic Memory, George Sperling, Cognitive Psychology

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November 16, 2015 transform information (person, place, thing) but as processes (verbs) There are many memories and it is better to not think of them as nouns. We have multiple memory systems and its about what they do and how the. We use memory like we use the term bed (cid:498)i have a crappy memory(cid:499) aka (cid:498)i have a crappy bed(cid:499) Imagine for a moment what your life would be like if all you knew was the present. memory systems to memory. The variety of memory systems the primary systems. Constantly re-experiencing their own things and sometimes interact. The brain has a number of different memory systems which sometimes do. There are some things he hasn"t forgotten eg: planning piano. The chart shows the systems i will be highlighting in my lectures these are. Some are very sensory memory systems keep sensory thing we"ve. Working memory (stm) almost like consciousness the place in our heads.

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