Memories of Things Present (20)

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Department
Psychology & Brain Sciences
Course
PSYCH 100
Professor
Susan Krauss Whitbourne
Semester
Fall

Description
Memories of Things Present Memory "the process by which we memorize" Encoding: recording information Storage Retrieval The three-system memory theory "information -> long-term" Sensory Memory Short-term Memory/ Working Memory Long-term Memory Sensory Memory "snapshots replaced if not recorded" George Sperling Complete Iconic Memory - visual Echoic Memory - auditory Short-term Memory/ Working Memory "adding meaning to it" Working Memory "allows us to manipulate and work with information/memory" Central Executive Processor "organizer" Visual store: visual and spatial information Verbal store: speech, words and numbers Episodic Buffer: Memory from long-term memory that is used until no longer needed N-Back Test Encoding "If you don't encode, you can't retrieve" "process information to store it in long-term" Incomplete Chunking 7 Chunks: Average size Rehearsal Elaborate Rehearsal "information is considered and organized" Mnemonics Context-dependent memory Mood-dependent Memory In Class Demonstration: The Psych 100 BACHELOR The Bachleloret
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