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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 1001
Professor
Bruce Tsuji
Study Guide
Final

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Carleton University
PSYC 1001
Introduction to Psychology I
Fall 2017
Final Exam
Prof: Bruce Tsuji
Exam Guide

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CONTENTS
Exam Guide Covers the Following Topics:
Human Memory
Overview
Memory Processes
Memory Storage
Long-term Memory
Short-term Memory
Memory Failure
Memory and Criminal Justice
Biology of Memory
Improving Memory
Language and Thought
Cognition
Language
Language Development
Bilingualism
Animal Language
Problem Solving
Decision Making

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A. Overview.
Basic Questions
oHow does stuff get into memory?
oHow is stuff maintained in memory?
oHow is stuff pulled back out?
oHow can I remember stuff better?
Overview of Memory
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B. Memory processes.
3 storage systems; what happens between them?
1. Encode: transform info into form that can be retained. Requires Attention.
oEncode: Info Into Memory
Attention, Focus awareness
Selective attention = selection of input Filtering: early or late?
oWhen does selective attention operate?
Sensory detection ->Meaning recognition-> Response selection
oLevels of Processing
Info encoded to different levels:
Deeper processing = lasts longer
Encoding levels:
Structural = shallow
Phonemic = intermediate
Semantic = deep
oLevels of Processing
Human Memory
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