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UTSGPSY342H1Hywel MorganFall

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Attachment Theory, Personality Disorder, Psychopathology

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O ex. judge =/ statements as self descriptive, then incidental recall (cid:224) depressed indivs bias ( ), esp after sad mood induction: ex. recovered
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Temporal Lobe, Long-Term Memory, Anterograde Amnesia

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Chapter 5 encoding and retrieval from long-term memory. Declarative memory includes two types of memories: i. ii. Episodic memory; the memory of events
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UTSGPSY342H1Hywel MorganFall

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes -Posterior Parietal Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Task Management

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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Temporal Lobe, Henry Molaison, Long-Term Memory

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Chapter 5 encoding and retrieval from long-term memory. Declarative memory includes two types of memories: i. ii. Episodic memory; the memory of events
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Attentional Blink, Stimulus Modality, Change Blindness

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Chapter 3: attention: attention is the process that enhances some information and inhibits other information. The enhancement enables us to select some
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wax Tablet, Cognitive Revolution, Wilhelm Wundt

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Chapter 1 how brain gives rise to the mind. Mental activity or cognition is the internal interpretation or transformation of stored information. Cognit
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Function Word, Long-Term Memory, Phoneme

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The understanding of language is relatively automatic. As we hear or read a sentence, we focus on its meaning and comprehend it by using the informatio
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342 - chapter 10 notes

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Thinking is the process of mentally representing the aspects of the world and then transforming those representations to new representations that can p
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Short-Term Memory, Long-Term Memory, Computer Data Storage

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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Topographic Map, Occipital Lobe, Temporal Lobe

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Chapter 4 - representation and knowledge in long-term memory. Role of knowledge in cognition: knowledge is often thoughts of as made of facts, techniqu
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Mach Bands, Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Optical Illusion

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Sensation and perception provide the raw material for cognition. Our perception is not a simple registration of sensory stimuli but sophisticated cogni
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Supplementary Motor Area, Motor Imagery, Motor Cognition

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Chapter 11 - motor cognition and mental simulation. Putting ourselves into someone else"s shoes requires motor cognition. Motor cognition is mental pro
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