Psychology 2135A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Memory Rehearsal, Echoic Memory, Working Memory

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Acquisition, storage, and retrieval: acquisition: gaining information and placing it into memory, retrieval: bringing memory into active use. The route into memory: updating the modal model, described by waugh and normar, added refinements by atkinson and shiffrin. If asked to perform some other task after memorizing the numbers, eliminates recency effect but no influence on the rest of the list. If you need the information in mind but are not using it at the moment, the. assistants will store them for the moment: ex: articulatory rehearsal loop, visuospatial buffer, the central executive, govern the sequence of thoughts and actions; set goals, make plans, select steps needed; rise above habit or routine. Incidental learning, intentional learning, and depth of processing. Intentional learning: learning that is deliberate, with an expectation that memory will be tested alter. Incidental learning: learning in the absence of any intention to learn: depth of processing.

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