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Intro Pysch

Ch.6 Learning Objectives

QuestionAnswer
Memory
Encoding
Storage
Retrieval
Elaborative Encoding
Visual Imagery Encoding
Organizational encoding
Encoding of survival-related information
Describe sensory memory storage
Iconic Memory versus Echoic Memory
Short-Term memory
Working Memory
Rehearsal
Chunking
Describe the capacity of long-term storage
Anterograde Amnesia-describe the involvement of the hippocampus in LTM
Retrograde Amnesia-describe the involvement of the hippocampus in LTM
why and how is Encoding specificity principle a aspect of retrieving information from memory.
Why and how state-dependent retrieval a aspect of retrieval information from memory.
why and how transfer-appropriate a aspect of retrieval information from memory.
Serial-position effect
Explicit Memory
Implicit Memory
Procedural Memory
Priming-how its useful and its brain mechanisms
semantic memory
episodic memory
curve of forgetting
retroactive interference
proactive interference
Created by: cyntavia