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Modules 26-30

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Introduction to Psychology MemoryModule 26 Introduction to MemoryThe Phenomenon of MemoryMemory the persistence of learning over time through the storage and retrieval of informationInformationProcessing ModelsEncoding the processing of information into the memory systemStorage the retention of encoded information over timeRetrieval the process of getting information out of memory storageInformationProcessing Model Connectionism3 stageso1 Sensory memory the immediate very brief recording of sensory information in the memory systemo2 Shortterm memory activated memory that holds a few items briefly before the info is stored or forgotteno3 Longterm memory the relatively permanent and limitless storehouse of the memory systemInformationProcessing Model UpdatesSome info goes directly to longterm memoryWorking memory conscious active processing of incoming information and of information retrieved from long term memoryModule 27 Encoding Getting Information InHow We EncodeAutomatic Processing
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