Chapter 11. Forgetting. Memory. Internal record or representation of past experience Not necessarily the same as the original experience History & metaphors Slate Filing cabinet Computer. Types of Memory. Many different types of memory 2 are important for our purposes:
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Goal is always in the same place… remember over time!
Score = 2/5
Total Trials on Initial Learning = 3
Score = 3/5
Score = 5/5
How many trials to relearn after a break (retention interval)? Difference = amount of forgetting
Group 1 & 2
Compare amount of time
Training: Establish gradient
0 2 4 6 8
Hours after learning tested
Order is just “switched” from last example
Cue set, set of SD’s, has changed! Less cues to signal correct response.
Colour, size, shape, etc…
0 12 24 36 48 60 72 84
Retention Interval (hr)Kamin (1957)