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  • 1. MEMORY The process by which we recollect prior experiences, information, and skills learned in the past.
  • 2. 3 KINDS OF MEMORY
    • Episodic – from events
        • Flashbulb – specific events
    • Generic – general knowledge
    • Procedural – procedures (skills)
  • 3. 3 PROCESSES OF MEMORY
    • Encoding – translating information
      • Visual
      • Acoustic
      • Semantic – “relating to meaning”
    • Storage
      • Maintenance Rehearsal - repeating
      • Elaborative Rehearsal - relating to previous info
    • Retrieval
      • Context-Dependent
      • State-Dependent
      • Tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon
  • 4. OTTFFSSENT
    • You have 30 seconds to memorize these letters.
  • 5. HOW DID YOU REMEMBER?
    • Write down as many letters as you can remember
    • How many did you get?
    • How did you remember the letters?
  • 6. OTTFFSSENT
    • How can you remember these letters?]
    • Visual – see them as a picture
    • Acoustic – say them to yourself or out loud
    • Semantic
      • O nly T iny T ots F eel F riendly…
      • OTT her Ff lowers SENT
      • O ne T wo T hree F our F ive…
  • 7. 3 STAGES OF MEMORY
    • Sensory – 1 st recording
    • Short-term – working, right now
      • Primacy and Recency Effect – 1 st and last in a series
      • Chunking - organize and manage
      • Interference – new info. appears and is then replaced
    • Long-term
      • Capacity
      • Reconstructive
      • Schemas – mental representations that we form of the world by organizing bits of information into knowledge
  • 8. FORGETTING AND MEMORY IMPROVEMENT
    • Recognition - identify
    • Recall - bring back to mind
    • Relearning – don’t remember what you knew
    • Decay – fading away
    • Repression – forgetting without knowing
  • 9. AMNESIA
    • Infantile Amnesia – forgetting of early events
    • Anterograde Amnesia – trauma; no new memories
    • Retrograde Amnesia – can’t remember leading up to the tragic event
  • 10. IMPROVING YOUR MEMORY
    • Drill and Practice
    • Relate to what you already know
    • Unusual associations
    • Links
    • Mnemonic devices – systems for remembering info.
          • HOMES
          • Roy G. Biv

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