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Psych L?'S 6

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Define Memory
Describe the 3 processes of memory, including encoding, storing, and retrieving
Describe the characteristics & functions of Sensory Memory
Describe the characteristics & functions of Short-term Memory
Describe the characteristics & functions of Long-term Memory
Describe the different types of Sensory Memory
Describe the different types of Long-term Memory
Explain why short-term memory is referred to as working memory
Describe Automatic Encoding
Describe Effortful Enconding
Describe the maintenance rehearsal
Describe Elaborative Rehearsal
Explain the Levels of Processing Theory
Describe the difference between the types of interference.
Describe how to form effective retrieval cues
What are repressed memories are
How are repressed memories implanted
How are accurate repressed memories
Identify the brain structures most important memory
Describe the Neural Assemblies
Describe long-term potentiation
Describe the strategies for improving memory
Describe the accuracy of memory and its potential consequences in eyewitness testimony
Describe Photographic Memory
Describe Super-Recognizers
Describe Flashbulb Memory
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