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Lecture 8

Psychology 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Echoic Memory, Long-Term Memory, Iconic Memory


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCH 1000
Professor
Dr.Mike
Lecture
8

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Verbal Recall
Facil Recognition
Mirror tracing task
Digit span task
Visual imagery task
Three component model of memory
- The component with the shortest storage time is the sensory register
Echoic memory - lasts longer than iconic memory
Short-term memory
Long-term memory
Implicit Memory - works when you are riding a bike for example
Primacy effect
Short-Term effect
Recency effect
Maintenance rehersal techniques
Elaborative rehersal techniques
Chunking
Hierarchies
Echoic Represenations
Dual coding theory
The method of LOCI
Schemas
Abstract concepts
Concrete objects
Chunking
Context dependent memory
Referntail connections
Mnemoic tehniques
Automatic Processing
Declarative Memory
Episodic Memory
Semantic Memory
- Mantyla (1986) looked at the value of retrieval cues in a sample of university students.
- The research found that self-generated case was the best
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