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AS PE Memory

AQA AS PE Memory

What do STSS, STM & LTM stand for? Short-Term Sensory Store, Short-term memory, Long-Term memory
How can LTM be improved? Rehearsal, Repetition, Making things memorable to learners, Over learning skills, learning things quickly
What are the size of the 3 different memory stores? STSS - Huge STM - 5 to 9 items LTM - limitless
Key points of STSS? Subconscious/Selective Attention takes place here/Removal of irrelevant information
Key points of STM? Also called the working memory/DCR process takes place here/Chunking is needed to overcome limited size
Key points of LTM Filing cabinet/Rentention/Retrieval = 2 way transfer
How long does information remain in each store? STSS - half a second or less STM Up to 60s - half if attention is elsewhere LTM - Lifetime
Explain the functions of the short-term sensory store memory when performing the skill of passing Receives information from display/surroundings/ environment From sensors/sense organs Too much/lots of information Information is filtered - selective attention Attended information enters short-term memory
Explain the functions of the long-term memory when performing the skill of passing Store of past experiences as motor programme/schema/plan of action/passes; Mental image of movement to be performed Correct information/meaningful/ important/rehearsed/relevant information stored; Information in to/from Short Term Memory;
Created by: Havoth