PSY 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mnemonic, Overlearning, Cognitive Load

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Quiz review: encoding requires attention, think: in-class moonwalking bear example, organized set of expectations about how a best friend should act, schema, when you get a new phone number but now can"t remember your old number. This is due to: retroactive interference: new info getting in the way of old info, you attempt to remember your 1st grade crush by remembering the playground you used to play on together. This is an example of: context cues, linking a stimulus to other information at the time of encoding, elaboration (it enriches encoding) Note: look at study guides to find quiz info ahead of time! Note: skip chapter 8 next week, we"re reading & testing ch. Long term memory: declarative (explicit, semantic memory, episodic memory, non-declarative (implicit, procedural memory, priming, classical condition. Declarative memory: stores factual information, ex words, definitions, names, dates, faces, concept, ideas, life experiences.

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