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Memory Lecture Notes Clear and concise notes taken during lecture. (Received an A)

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 1010
Professor
Rebecca Jubis
Semester
Winter

Description
Memory Information Processing Approach to MemoryFormation coincided with the invention of the computerStimulusprocessingrecallretrieve Memory StoresSensory memory preserves information in its original sensory form for a very brief less than a second time o Salience refers to how importantattention you will pay to sensory information o Recognition refers to how familiar something iso Both the above influence if something will continue be encoded into the short term memoryo The gradual loss of information due to a lack of attention is termed decayShortterm memory refers to things in your conscious thought 1520 seconds and can hold 7 2 items at a given time o Works on a buffer system when a new piece of information comes in it randomly kicks out another piece of information displacement o If you chunk information it is easier to remember more items compressing information to fit more into the container o Various techniques elaborati
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