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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganWinter

2650 Chapter 9: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 9

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4 Feb 2016
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For each word, the speaker typically has several bits of information. Most words are used to name objects or events in the world around us. What a word
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2650 Chapter 2: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 2

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2650 Chapter 3: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 3

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Our dominant sense as humans is vision. It re ects our behaviour and if vision con icts with information received from other senses, we usually place t
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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganWinter

2650 Chapter 1: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 1

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4 Feb 2016
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How is knowledge used - based on solving problems or for basic decision making. A huge range of our actions, thoughts, and feelings depend on knowledge
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2650 Chapter 4: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 4

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4 Feb 2016
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* view james" quote: describes what attention achieves but not what processes or mechanisms produce these effects. Early studies used a set up called d
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2650 Chapter 5: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 5_

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A lot of to theorizing within this approach focused on the process of information acquisition. 2: once in working memory, it can be further processed o
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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganWinter

2650 Chapter 7: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 7 NOTES

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4 Feb 2016
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The sought after information is in your memory and you effortlessly retrieve the information the moment you need it. If we want to understand memory we
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PSYC 2650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Episodic Memory, Retrograde Amnesia, Procedural Memory

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5 Apr 2015
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Leanring as preperation for retrieval: connections serve as retrieval paths when wanting to locate information in memory. Encoding specificity: what yo
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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganFall

PSYC 2650 Chapter Notes -Phrase Structure Rules, Linguistic Performance, Linguistic Relativity

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Average american high school graduate knows about 45,000 different words. Speaker needs to know word"s sound, sequence of phenomene"s that make up the
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2650 Chapter 8: PSYCH 2650 CHAPTER 8 NOTES

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4 Feb 2016
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The idea is hat you need concepts in order to have knowledge and you need knowledge in order to function. hypothesis: understanding a concept is analog
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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganWinter

2650 Chapter 10: PSYCH 2650 Chapter 10 Notes

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4 Feb 2016
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Mental pictures and the mind"s eye (these are examples that commonly illustrate the everyday use of visual images as a basis for making decisions and a
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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganWinter

PSYC 2650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cognitive Revolution, Behaviorism, Cognitive Neuroscience

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5 Apr 2015
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