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York University
PSYC 1010
Jill Bee Rich

PSYC 1010 Chapter 7: Memory Behavioural Approach  Interested in overt behaviour (overt is observable)  Stresses the SR relationship and argues these relationships are stamped in Cognitive Approach  Cognitive being a thinking process, mental system  Agree that S and R are important elements o Behaviourists have left out that something happens between S and R, being cognitive processes  Cognition does happen in animals too, but at a lower level than humans  Kohler: o He put bananas out of Chimpanzee’s reach, and he put boxes in the cage, found that they used the boxes and bamboo sticks to get the bananas  Argues that organisms have insight – the sudden understanding of how to solve a problem  Tinklepaw o Monkeys: 3 containers put bananas under the upside down container moved them to see if they remembered where the bananas were Information Processes Approach to Memory  Input – process – output  Stimulus-memory stores it, processes it. Output-retrieval of memory S Sensory Storehouse  Short Term Memory (STM)  Long term Mem
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