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The Forgetful Mind
The Forgetful Mind
 A look inside human memory
The Forgetful Mind
          A look inside human memory



Alysh a M a ie r
The Role Of
   Attention
Attention is SELECTIVE
The Myth
   Of
Multi-tasking
Driving
While on the phone
Awareness Test
Pay Attention!
Coding
is dependent on your
      attention.
Structural Encoding
Phonemic Encoding
Semantic Encoding
Pneumonic Encoding




Structural Encoding

                      Semantic Encoding
Pneumonic Encoding




Structural Encoding

                      Semantic Encoding
Semantic
Encoding
  can
be enhanced by
  elaboration
Imagery
enhances process of
    encoding
Can you put a picture to
          these?

Fire truck

Juggling

Refrigerator

Texting
How about these?


         Lie

         Humor

         Truth

         Democracy
Sensory Memory
After Image
Memory is like a
  Computer or a Printer
Encoding
Storing
Retrieval
Short Term Memory is
       limited
STM can
   hold
  unrehearsed
memories for up to
   20 seconds
Rehearsal
Overflow of
Short Term Memory
Increasing the capacity
        of STM
Working Memory
Phonological
   Loop
Visuospatial Sketch Pad
Central Executive
    Memory
Episodic
 Buffer
Long Term Memory
Flashbulb
Memories
Storage and
organization
  in memory
Schemas
Semantic Networking
  Also known as Mind Mapping
Recall is
  done
Without a thought
Tip of the
 tongue
 phenomenon
Distorted Memories
Forgetting
Suppression and
  Repression
Like everything else
  Our brain changes as we age
Alzheimer’s Disease
Clive Wearing
Clive Wearing
the man with no short term memory
False Memories
Memory Systems
Declarative Vs. Procedural

Factual information     Actions (Riding a
(Words, faces, dates,   bike,typing, tying
and time)...
Semantic Vs. Episodic
    General          Dated
Knowledge that   recollection of
  is undated        personal
 (Lincoln g...
Prospective V.s Retrospective
                   Remembering
 Remembering
                     past events
  to preform
  ...
Many things alter
   Memory
Improving memory
FIELDWORK
FIN
Alysha Maier's Capstone Presentation
Alysha Maier's Capstone Presentation
Alysha Maier's Capstone Presentation
Alysha Maier's Capstone Presentation
Alysha Maier's Capstone Presentation
Alysha Maier's Capstone Presentation
Alysha Maier's Capstone Presentation
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    1. 1. The Forgetful Mind
    2. 2. The Forgetful Mind A look inside human memory
    3. 3. The Forgetful Mind A look inside human memory Alysh a M a ie r
    4. 4. The Role Of Attention
    5. 5. Attention is SELECTIVE
    6. 6. The Myth Of Multi-tasking
    7. 7. Driving While on the phone
    8. 8. Awareness Test
    9. 9. Pay Attention!
    10. 10. Coding is dependent on your attention.
    11. 11. Structural Encoding
    12. 12. Phonemic Encoding
    13. 13. Semantic Encoding
    14. 14. Pneumonic Encoding Structural Encoding Semantic Encoding
    15. 15. Pneumonic Encoding Structural Encoding Semantic Encoding
    16. 16. Semantic Encoding can be enhanced by elaboration
    17. 17. Imagery enhances process of encoding
    18. 18. Can you put a picture to these? Fire truck Juggling Refrigerator Texting
    19. 19. How about these? Lie Humor Truth Democracy
    20. 20. Sensory Memory
    21. 21. After Image
    22. 22. Memory is like a Computer or a Printer
    23. 23. Encoding
    24. 24. Storing
    25. 25. Retrieval
    26. 26. Short Term Memory is limited
    27. 27. STM can hold unrehearsed memories for up to 20 seconds
    28. 28. Rehearsal
    29. 29. Overflow of Short Term Memory
    30. 30. Increasing the capacity of STM
    31. 31. Working Memory
    32. 32. Phonological Loop
    33. 33. Visuospatial Sketch Pad
    34. 34. Central Executive Memory
    35. 35. Episodic Buffer
    36. 36. Long Term Memory
    37. 37. Flashbulb Memories
    38. 38. Storage and organization in memory
    39. 39. Schemas
    40. 40. Semantic Networking Also known as Mind Mapping
    41. 41. Recall is done Without a thought
    42. 42. Tip of the tongue phenomenon
    43. 43. Distorted Memories
    44. 44. Forgetting
    45. 45. Suppression and Repression
    46. 46. Like everything else Our brain changes as we age
    47. 47. Alzheimer’s Disease
    48. 48. Clive Wearing
    49. 49. Clive Wearing the man with no short term memory
    50. 50. False Memories
    51. 51. Memory Systems
    52. 52. Declarative Vs. Procedural Factual information Actions (Riding a (Words, faces, dates, bike,typing, tying and time) shoes, etc.)
    53. 53. Semantic Vs. Episodic General Dated Knowledge that recollection of is undated personal (Lincoln gave experiences the Gettysberg (First kiss) Address
    54. 54. Prospective V.s Retrospective Remembering Remembering past events to preform that had been actions (Walk previously the dog, pick learned (Who up kids from won the world sports, etc.) series)
    55. 55. Many things alter Memory
    56. 56. Improving memory
    57. 57. FIELDWORK
    58. 58. FIN
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