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Lecture 15

Lecture 15

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY 1001
Professor
Vicera
Semester
Fall

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Memory 2 ILongTerm MemoryCapacity how much is heldAppears to be limitlessDuration how long does it lastCan last a lifetime eg childhood memoriesDecay use it or lose itPractice strengthens long term memoriesInterference new stuff bumps old stuffold stuff interferes with new stuffILongTerm Memory in Everyday LifeAProcesses that can help LTMEncodingGoal is to store durable memoriesIType of encodingCraiks LevelsofProcessing TheoryIProcessing during encoding affects how the memory is formedShallow physical aspects what word lookssounds likeDeep connections to other concepts meaning of word how it relates to other concepts elaborate on materialITime of encoding into LTMIntuition Depend on recency effect and study the night before the examCramming is massed practicewhich isnt a deep encodingno chance to elaborate form connectionsprocess Cramming leads to shallow mem
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