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U OF CPSYC 365Glen BodnerWinter

PSYC 365 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Syntactic Category, Categorical Perception, Deep Structure And Surface Structure

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15 Jul 2016
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Categorical perception: issues in language comprehension due to categorization of phonemes. Coarticulation: issues in language comprehension due to ove
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PSYC 365 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wax Tablet, Wilhelm Wundt, Forgetting Curve

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Aristotle memory is like a wax tablet; durability depends on different factors. Wilhelm wundt conscious experience through introspective methods system
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PSYC 365 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Long Term Ecological Research Network, Speech Shadowing, Press Brake

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Attention as an information filter attention works to lter out irrelevant stimuli in the environment so that we only pay attention to the aspects of th
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PSYC 365 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Baddeley'S Model Of Working Memory, Episodic Memory, Sketchpad

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PSYC 365 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Spaced Repetition, Synapse, Free Recall

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Jenkins & dallenbach (1924) sleep group shows less forgetting than awake group if test next day, studying at night prevents interference and sleep help
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PSYC 365 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Motor Imagery, Visual Cortex, Direct And Indirect Realism

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Abstract imagery: image of an environment based on an overview of the environment. Imagery visual, auditory, olfactory, or tactile closely connected to
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PSYC 365 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Eyewitness Memory, Prospective Memory, Free Recall

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~ the by-product of memory failure or error that results from the normal mechanisms under which memory operates in our daily lives. ~ can be :( but are
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