Trace
Decay
Theory of
Forgetting 2
Miss Russell
 What

was cue dependent forgetting?
 What experiments did you conduct?
 Did you test for context or state
dependent re...
Thinking Ladder…

To

&

Trace
Decay Theory of
Forgetting
To
evidence
for Trace Decay
Theory of Forgetting.
To
Trace
Decay...
How will I know if I am learning?
By the end of the lesson…
E

Will be able to describe what is Trace Decay.

C Will be ab...
Trace decay
Experiment
 You

will see a trigram for 3 seconds.
 After each display, there is a delay (starting at 5
seco...
FGT
Count
Recall
KLD
Count
Recall
MCD
Count
Recall
HVY
Count
Recall
DJR
Count
Recall
MNW
Count
Recall
PJS
Count
Recall
SWQ
Count
Recall
WPB
Count
Recall
HSP
Count
Recall
Results
What were the results?

Why?
What does this
experiment suggest
about forgetting?
Over to you…
Use the Library to answer the questions
given to you and gain a detailed
understanding of the Trace Decay The...
Speed Dating
Each pair will date each other for 2 minutes.
In that time you must each exchange one
piece of information on...
Follow the
Leader…
One person to take over the board. As a class you must collate all
your information onto the whiteboard...
Practice Exam
Questions…
a) Describe one theory of forgetting you have
studied within cognitive psychology other than
the ...
Practice Exam
Questions…
Now assess each other’s
using the mark scheme.
Award a mark and give
a comment!
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  1. 1. Trace Decay Theory of Forgetting 2 Miss Russell
  2. 2.  What was cue dependent forgetting?  What experiments did you conduct?  Did you test for context or state dependent recall? How?  What were your findings?  Do they support or challenge the theory of Cue Dependent Forgetting?  What can you conclude overall?
  3. 3. Thinking Ladder… To & Trace Decay Theory of Forgetting To evidence for Trace Decay Theory of Forgetting. To Trace Decay Theory of Forgetting.
  4. 4. How will I know if I am learning? By the end of the lesson… E Will be able to describe what is Trace Decay. C Will be able to explain evidence for Trace Decay. A Will be able to evaluate Trace Decay in terms of strengths and weaknesses.
  5. 5. Trace decay Experiment  You will see a trigram for 3 seconds.  After each display, there is a delay (starting at 5 seconds and increasing by 5 seconds for each card in sequence.)  During each delay, you will need see the word ‘Count’ appear on the screen. At this point you must count backwards from 50.  After you have counted backwards, you must recall the trigram.
  6. 6. FGT
  7. 7. Count
  8. 8. Recall
  9. 9. KLD
  10. 10. Count
  11. 11. Recall
  12. 12. MCD
  13. 13. Count
  14. 14. Recall
  15. 15. HVY
  16. 16. Count
  17. 17. Recall
  18. 18. DJR
  19. 19. Count
  20. 20. Recall
  21. 21. MNW
  22. 22. Count
  23. 23. Recall
  24. 24. PJS
  25. 25. Count
  26. 26. Recall
  27. 27. SWQ
  28. 28. Count
  29. 29. Recall
  30. 30. WPB
  31. 31. Count
  32. 32. Recall
  33. 33. HSP
  34. 34. Count
  35. 35. Recall
  36. 36. Results What were the results? Why? What does this experiment suggest about forgetting?
  37. 37. Over to you… Use the Library to answer the questions given to you and gain a detailed understanding of the Trace Decay Theory of Forgetting. You have only half an hour! Be prepared to share your answers and feedback!
  38. 38. Speed Dating Each pair will date each other for 2 minutes. In that time you must each exchange one piece of information on trace decay theory. E.g. Pair A gives pair B something to add to their information that they are missing. Pair B gives Pair A something to add to their information that they are missing. It must be fully explained in the time! You may ask questions in order to gain a piece of information you need to complete your sheet! When the bell rings.. You must move to the next pair in a clockwise motion.
  39. 39. Follow the Leader… One person to take over the board. As a class you must collate all your information onto the whiteboard. You must address each of the following: 1) A01 – Knowledge and Understanding (In Detail!) 2) A02 – Strengths and weaknesses of the theory. 3) A02 – Supporting studies/evidence. 4) Comparison with Cue Dependent Theory of Forgetting.
  40. 40. Practice Exam Questions… a) Describe one theory of forgetting you have studied within cognitive psychology other than the cue dependent theory. (4 marks) b) Outline one strength and one weakness of the theory you described in (a). (4 marks)
  41. 41. Practice Exam Questions… Now assess each other’s using the mark scheme. Award a mark and give a comment!

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