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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study of Memory

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Science refers to a particular view of the world, one based on systematic observation, experimentation, and theory. In science, a theory is useful only
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: False Memory, Elizabeth Loftus, Recovered-Memory Therapy

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False memories are memories that do not correspond to events as they actually happened. To be a false memory, it has to be something that feels like a
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mental Rotation, Psy, Fusiform Face Area

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Representation - the storage of information in long-term memory when that information is not in use. In the case of visual imagery, activating that inf
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Indirect Tests Of Memory, Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia

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Amnesia - memory deficits acquired through brain damage. Extreme case of anterograde amnesia - the inability to encode new information into episodic me
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Autobiographical Memory, Episodic Memory, Psy

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PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lexical Decision Task, Semantic Memory, Semantic Network

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Semantic memory - the neurocognitive memory system that encodes, stores, and retrieves information concerning knowledge of the world. Lexical memory (l
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Episodic Memory, Autobiographical Memory, Semantic Memory

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Semantic memory - the neurocognitive memory system that encodes, stores, and retrieves information concerning knowledge of the world. Episodic memory -
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Echoic Memory, Working Memory, Iconic Memory

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Working memory - the neural structures and cognitive processes that maintain the accessibility of information for short periods of time in an active co
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Episodic Memory, Pacifier, Psy

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Human infants cannot make any verbal responses until they are about 1 year old. Visual recognition - infants look selectively at novel stimuli over fam
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SBUPSY 367Nancy FranklinSpring

PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Prospective Memory, Episodic Memory, Semantic Memory

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PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Acrostic, Mnemonic, Psy

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PSY 367 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Substantia Nigra, Clinical Neuropsychology, Spatial Cognition

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Quiroga et al. did an experiment on neural representation with patients about to have brain surgery to find out if there were specific neurons in the t
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