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Psychology
Course
PSYA01H3
Professor
Steve Joordens
Semester
Fall

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Chapter7Memory71MemorySystemsMemorycollection of several systems that store information in different forms for differing amounts of timeTHEATKINSONSHIFFRINMODELAtkinson and Shiffrin constructed above memory modeloContains three memory storesStoresretain information in memory without using it for any specific purposeControl processesshift information from one memory to another arrows in the modelInformation enters sensory memory through vision hearing and other sensesControl process called attention selects which information will pass onto STMSome information in STM goes through encodingprocess of storing information in the LTM systemRetrievalbrings information from LTM back into STMoBecome aware of existing memoriesSensoryMemorySensory memorymemory store that accurately holds perceptual information for a very brief amount of timeHolds iconic memorythe visual form of sensory memory for about one half to one second
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