Quiz 8 available today at 11 am. Treat it as a prompt for generating short answers! Be able to produce accurate short comprehensive answers on the material! Recapitulation: when we retrieve memories, we reinstate the pattern of activations present during encoding, and strengthen and adjust neural connections. Later, (widely disturbed) cortex is the site of storage. Newer views agree with stronger, more robust contribution of cortex over time but believe that hippocampus never loses its role. Recent memories still rely on the hippocampus. Input encoding storage retrieval output. Encoding in long-term episodic memory: the need for engagement. Rehearsal that emphasizes encoding of meaning or making connections to other things you know. Subjects rated how well they thought they had learned the word after the second presentation. Spaced practice is good for memory recall was much more successful for spaced/distributed practice.