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Psychology
Course
PSY 101
Professor
Professor Berg
Semester
Spring

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Memory PSY101 Introduction to Psychology Spring 2014 SUNY at Buffalo Memory ! How do we store and recall memories? ! How are memories forgotten? ! What are the different types of memories and how do we access them? 1 Memory Memory 2 Memory ! Encoding Memory ! Storage 3 Memory ! Retrieval Implicit vs. Explicit Memory 4 Implicit vs. Explicit Memory ! Example: " Explicit: " Implicit: Declarative vs. Procedural Memory 5 Why does a cognitive system need memory? Why does a cognitive system need memory? 6 Why does a cognitive system need memory? Why does a cognitive system need memory? 7 Why does a cognitive system need memory? Why does a cognitive system need memory? 8 Early Stages ! Sensory memory Short-Term Memory 9 Short-Term Memory ! There are limits… Short-Term Memory ! Two ways to "Rehearsal "Chunking 10 Working Memory ! There are 4 main components: " Phonological loop " Visuospacial sketchpad " Central executive " Episodic buffer Working Memory ! Phonological loop 11 Working Memory ! Visuospacial sketchpad Working Memory ! Central executive 12 Working Memory ! Episodic buffer Long-Term Memory 13 Long-Term Memory Long-Term Memory ! 2 basic types of declarative, LTM: "Episodic memories "Semantic memories 14 Long-Term Memory ! Episodic memories Long-Term Memory ! Semantic memories 15 Long-Term Memory ! Episodic vs. semantic memories
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