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Cognitive Psychology

PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Temporal Lobe, Prefrontal Cortex, Autobiographical Memory
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Everyday Memory and Memory Errors pt 1 Autobiographical Memory (AM) Memory for specic experiences from our life, which can include both episodic and semantic components Mental time travel Multidimensional Spatial, emotiona...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Sage Publications, Free Recall
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LongTerm Memory: Encoding,Retrieval, and Consolidation Getting Information Into LTM Encoding: acquiring information and transforming it into memory Retrieval: transferring information from LTM to working memory Maintenance...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Explicit Memory, Implicit Memory, Procedural Memory
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Long Term Memory Part 3 Implicit: memory that unconsciously inuences behavior 1. Repetition priming 2. Procedural memory 3. Classical conditioning Implicit Memory: Procedural Memory AKA Skill memory: memory for actions No ...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Sleep Deprivation, Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia
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LongTerm Memory: Encoding, Retrieval, and Consolidation Part 2 One way to improve retrieval is to match encoding and retrieval conditions: 1. Encoding Specicity 2. Statedependent learning 3. Matching the cognitive task Enc...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Episodic Memory
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Long Term Memory pt 2 Types of LongTerm Memory Episodic: memory for personal events Involves mental time travel No guarantee of accuracy Semantic: facts and knowledge does not involve mental time travel General knowledge E...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Verbal Behavior, Clive Wearing, Recognition Memory
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LongTerm Memory Ar chive of infor ma tion about past events and knowledge learned Works closely with WM Storage stretches from a few

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Working Memory, Memory Span
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Memory Part 2 2. ShortTerm Memory Stores small amounts of information for a brief duration Includes both new information received from the sensory stores and information recalled from longterm memory measured with forward...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Prefrontal Cortex, Mental Rotation, Memory Span
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Memory Part 3 Phonological Loop 1. Phonological similarity effect Letters or words that sound similar are confused E.g., F confused with X or S, not E 2. Wordlength effect Memory for lists of words is better for short word...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sensory Memory, Echoic Memory, Flow Diagram
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Memory Part 1 Memory: processes involved in retaining, retrieving, and using information about stimuli, images, events, ideas, and skills after the original information is no longer present Active any time some past experi...

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PSYC 351A Lecture 5: Chpater 4 Pt 3
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Chapter 4: Attention pt 3 Feature Integration Theory Preattentive stage Automatic No effort or attention Unaware of process Object analyzed into features Treisman and Schmidt (1982) Participants report combination of featu...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Autism Spectrum, Eye Tracking, Change Blindness
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Chapter 4: Attention pt 2 Load Theory of Attention Processing capacity how much info a person can handle at any given moment Perceptual load the difculty of a given task Highload (difcult) tasks use higher amounts of proce...

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PSYC 351A Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Attention Seeking, Sensory Memory, Cocktail Party
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Chapter 4: Attention pt 1 Research supports a thesis that our attentional system has evolved over time into a robust overall system that is good with the overall system, but may falter in attending to specic details In eve...

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