PS260 Chapter 6: Chapter 6- interconnections between acquistion and retrieval

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Retrieval may be better depending what setting a person is in. Changes in your approach to the memory materials. Context reinstatement: improved memory performance if we re-create the context that was in place during learning: state at the time of testing matches the state at time of. You can get same results, just by changing a person"s learning perspective. Have participants remember words, would give them association words with it; cat association word dog. Then gave them words that rhymed with the original word. What is preserved in memory is a record of the connections you established during learning. This can also have a change on the meaning of what you remember: the man tuned the piano the man lifted the piano . This label reminds us that what you encode is indeed specific- not just the physical stimulus, but the stimulus together with its context. According to theorists memory is best thought of as a vast.

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