Ch8 Jeopardy

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Ch8 Jeopardy

  1. 1. Created by Lynne Crandall University of Michigan Revised by Mark Kondrak CLA Language Center University of Minnesota Memory Ch.8
  2. 2. 500 500 500 500 500 400 400 400 400 400 300 300 300 300 300 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 Retrieval Storage Misc. Encoding II Encoding I
  3. 3. The 3 basic steps of memory.. Encoding I 100 Points
  4. 4. Encoding I 100 Points Encoding, storage, retrieval
  5. 5. Encoding I 200 Points The kind of encoding that allows you to remember some of the things in our courtyard without studying the courtyard.
  6. 6. Encoding I 200 Points automatic processing
  7. 7. Encoding I 300 Points Encoding that requires attention & conscious effort, i.e., studying to encode.
  8. 8. Encoding I 300 Points effortful processing
  9. 9. Encoding I 400 Points Rehearsal of information beyond the point where it has been learned.
  10. 10. Encoding I 400 Points over-learning
  11. 11. Encoding I 500 Points Our tendency to recall best the first & last items in a list.
  12. 12. Encoding I 500 Points serial position effect
  13. 13. spreading learning of a subject or skill out over several study sessions Encoding II 100 Points
  14. 14. Encoding II 100 Points distributed rehearsal
  15. 15. Encoding II 200 Points cramming...
  16. 16. Encoding II 200 Points massed rehearsal
  17. 17. Encoding II 300 Points encoding of meaning
  18. 18. Encoding II 300 Points semantic encoding
  19. 19. Encoding II 400 Points the enhanced semantic encoding of info that is personally relevant...
  20. 20. Encoding II 400 Points self-reference effect
  21. 21. Encoding II 500 Points a memory trick, like HOMES for the names of the Great Lakes
  22. 22. Encoding II 500 Points mnemonic devise
  23. 23. Breaking new information down into more easily learned pieces... Misc. 100 Points
  24. 24. Misc. 100 Points chunking
  25. 25. Misc. 200 Points conscious, activated memory that holds about 7 chunks of info for 15 or 20 seconds
  26. 26. Misc. 200 Points short-term memory
  27. 27. Misc. 300 Points He wasn’t satisfied being just the Terminator, so he became the Governator.
  28. 28. Misc. 300 Points Ahnold Schwarzenegger
  29. 29. Misc. 400 Points A vivid & clear memory of an emotionally significant moment...
  30. 30. Misc. 400 Points Flashbulb memory
  31. 31. Misc. 500 Points The part of the brain that processes implicit memories...
  32. 32. Misc. 500 Points cerebellum
  33. 33. Memory of facts & experiences that one must consciously retrieve & declare... Storage 100 Points
  34. 34. Storage 100 Points explicit memory
  35. 35. Storage 200 Points The relatively permanent & limitless storehouse of the memory system...
  36. 36. Storage 200 Points long-term memory
  37. 37. Storage 300 Points The brief, initial coding of sensory info in the memory system...
  38. 38. Storage 300 Points sensory memory
  39. 39. Storage 400 Points type of sensory memory that stores images taken in by the eyes, and that lasts only around 1/2 second...
  40. 40. Storage 400 Points iconic (eye-conic) store
  41. 41. Storage 500 Points type of sensory memory that stores info taken in by the ears, and that lasts around 4 seconds
  42. 42. Storage 500 Points echoic store
  43. 43. kind of retrieval used in essay questions & fill-in-the-blanks Retrieval 100 Points
  44. 44. Retrieval 100 Points recall
  45. 45. Retrieval 200 Points kind of retrieval used in multiple choice & matching questions
  46. 46. Retrieval 200 Points recognition
  47. 47. Retrieval 300 Points The way in which the environment we’re in when encoding affects the ability to retrieve info (dependant on the environment at that time)
  48. 48. Retrieval 300 Points context effect
  49. 49. Retrieval 400 Points disruptive effect of earlier learning on the recall of recently stored info
  50. 50. Retrieval 400 Points proactive interference
  51. 51. Retrieval 500 Points the disruptive effect of new learning on the recall of previously stored information
  52. 52. Retrieval 500 Points retroactive interference
  53. 53. Put some closing remark here
  54. 54. The Daily Double

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