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Memory: Structures and Processes

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A presentation given by Dr Michael Weinborn on 6th May 2011.

A presentation given by Dr Michael Weinborn on 6th May 2011.


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  • 1. Multi-store Model of MemoryThree types of memory storage:Sensory information Short-term memory (working memory) Long-term memory
  • 2. Multi-store Model of MemoryThree types of memory storage:Sensory information Short-term memory (working memory) Long-term memory
  • 3. Multi-store Model of MemoryThree types of memory storage:Sensory information Short-term memory or working memory Long-term memory
  • 4. • Anxiety• Dehydration• Depression• Infections• Medication side effects• Poor nutrition• Psychological stress• Substance abuse• Thyroid imbalance http://www.apa.org/pi/aging/memory-and-aging.pdf
  • 5. •  Keep “to do” lists http://www.apa.org/pi/aging/memory-and-aging.pdf•  Establish a routine•  Don’t rush•  Everything in its place•  Use associations•  Tag new information•  Keep a calendar•  Socialize•  Get moving!•  Train your brain•  Don’t buy into ageist stereotypes•  Avoid distractions•  Keep a sense of control and confidence in your memory