Warm up – Page 5. What are the 3 stages of memory? What is encoding? What are the 5 different ways we encode info? Class- Demos 4 and 5. Part 2 Sensory Memory Short Term Memory Long Term Memory. Part 2. Storage:Sensory Memory.
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Short Term Memory
Long Term MemoryPart 2
Sensory Memory:refers to the initial recording of sensory information in the memory system. All information is held here briefly(1/2 to 4 seconds)
Sensory Memories include both:
Sensory memory is very hard to measure since it fades as we try to measure it.
and cognitiveA Diagram For Your Viewing Pleasure
Context Effects Memory Retrieval: able to retrieve information better when you are in the same context you learned it in.
Deja VuRetrieval Cues
Absent Mindedness – inattention to details produces encoding failure
Transience- unused info. fades
Blocking- unable to access stored info….tip of your tongue
Misattribution- confusing the source of the info.7 sins of Memory
5. Suggestibility- the lingering effects of misinformation
6.Bias-belief- colored recollections
7. Persistence-unwanted memories won’t go away
2. The bottom Stripe?
3. How many red and white stripes does it have?
4. Most wooden pencils are not round. How many sides dot hey typically have?
5. In what hand does the Statue of Liberty hold her torch?
Forgetting can result from failure to retrieve information from long-term memory
then levels off
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Time in years after completion of Spanish courseForgetting and Spanish Learned