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Memory: Historical, Clinical and Cognitive Perspectives

PSYC 333 Study Guide - Final Guide: Knowledge Base

Autobiographical memory Definition & Studying autobiographical memory • Define autobiographical memory. ­ memory across the lifespan for both specific events and self­related information  ­ both episodic and semantic (s...

Psychology
PSYC 333
Neil Braganza
PSYC 333 Final: Prospective memory

Prospective memory  Prospective memory • Define Prospective memory and describe how it differs from Retroactive memory.  Prospective memory: remembering to carry out some intended action in the absence of any explicit r...

Psychology
PSYC 333
Neil Braganza
PSYC 333 Final: Development and Aging

Review: ­ asking multiple times increase confidence in answering ­ black lineups differ from target­absent lineups primarily in that: the police/investigators do not have a suspect  in the lineup Development and Aging  D...

Psychology
PSYC 333
Neil Braganza
PSYC 333 Final: Forgetting

Forgetting Incidental vs. Motivated forgetting • Identify the difference between incidental and motivated forgetting. ­ Incidental forgetting: memory failures occur without intention to forget ­ Motivated forgetting: in...

Psychology
PSYC 333
Neil Braganza
PSYC 333 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ingroups And Outgroups

Eyewitness memory Many factors influence accuracy of eyewitness testimony: ­ how we process scenes: change blindness ­ remembering what you expected to see: schemas ­ leading questions: Loftus and Palmer—car crash ­ indiv...

Psychology
PSYC 333
Neil Braganza

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