Get into teams of 4Think up a teamname
Round 1Identification
Round 1Identify the name of the theoryfrom the descriptionPick a member of your team as arepresentative
Question 1
Question 1Unfamiliar material ischanged so it makes moresense to us
Question 2
Question 2Memory is divided into threeseparate stores whichinformation passes through
Question 3
Question 3Bethan got hit in the headwith a football and can’tremember anything from thatday
Question 4
Question 4The depth at which materialis thought about affects therecall of that material
Question 5
Question 5Travis has upgraded to a newphone, but can’t rememberhis new number
Question 6
Question 6Sven finds he remembersmore information if heimagines he is back in hisclassroom when doingexams
Round 2Pictures
Round 2Identify the name of thepsychologists from the picturesPick a member of your team as arepresentative
Question 1
Question 1
Question 2
Question 2
Question 3
Question 3
Question 4
Question 4
Question 5
Question 5
Question 6
Question 6
Round 3General Knowledge
Round 3Answer the questions about whatwe’ve learnt so far in memoryPick a member of your team as arepresentative
Question 1
Question 1What is the capacity of shortterm memory?
Question 2
Question 2Which level of processingresults in the best learning?
Question 3
Question 3How does context effectmemory?
Question 4
Question 4What is the differencebetween retrograde andanterograde amnesia?
Question 5
Question 5What is the differencebetween retroactive andproactive interference
Question 6
Question 6What is the primacy andrecency effect?
Round 4Evaluating and Applying
Round 4Identify what theory the followingevaluations and applications areforPick a member of your team as arepresentative
Question 1
Question 1Avoid revising two similarsubjects in the same evening
Question 2
Question 2We do not always have torehearse information in orderto remember it
Question 3
Question 3It may be the length of timespent processing informationrather than the depth whicheffects memory
Question 4
Question 4We must be careful whenlistening to eye witnessaccounts as their memoriesmay not be accurate
Question 5
Question 5Instead of reading somethingover and over, it is better toput it in your own words
Question 6
Question 6The study lacks ecologicalvalidity
Round 5Over to you
Round 5In your teams, write 2 questions toask the other teams.Make them REALLY hard!
Round 6Bonus Round
Round 6Explain what is shown…In teams
Question 1
Question 1
Question 2
Question 202468101214161820222426
Question 3
Question 3
Question 4
Question 4
Question 5
Question 5Is this an animal?TIGER
Question 6
Question 6Apple-LakeCat-TreeCandle-TableApple-SadnessCat-GlassCandle-Whale
And the winner is...
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  1. 1. Get into teams of 4Think up a teamname
  2. 2. Round 1Identification
  3. 3. Round 1Identify the name of the theoryfrom the descriptionPick a member of your team as arepresentative
  4. 4. Question 1
  5. 5. Question 1Unfamiliar material ischanged so it makes moresense to us
  6. 6. Question 2
  7. 7. Question 2Memory is divided into threeseparate stores whichinformation passes through
  8. 8. Question 3
  9. 9. Question 3Bethan got hit in the headwith a football and can’tremember anything from thatday
  10. 10. Question 4
  11. 11. Question 4The depth at which materialis thought about affects therecall of that material
  12. 12. Question 5
  13. 13. Question 5Travis has upgraded to a newphone, but can’t rememberhis new number
  14. 14. Question 6
  15. 15. Question 6Sven finds he remembersmore information if heimagines he is back in hisclassroom when doingexams
  16. 16. Round 2Pictures
  17. 17. Round 2Identify the name of thepsychologists from the picturesPick a member of your team as arepresentative
  18. 18. Question 1
  19. 19. Question 1
  20. 20. Question 2
  21. 21. Question 2
  22. 22. Question 3
  23. 23. Question 3
  24. 24. Question 4
  25. 25. Question 4
  26. 26. Question 5
  27. 27. Question 5
  28. 28. Question 6
  29. 29. Question 6
  30. 30. Round 3General Knowledge
  31. 31. Round 3Answer the questions about whatwe’ve learnt so far in memoryPick a member of your team as arepresentative
  32. 32. Question 1
  33. 33. Question 1What is the capacity of shortterm memory?
  34. 34. Question 2
  35. 35. Question 2Which level of processingresults in the best learning?
  36. 36. Question 3
  37. 37. Question 3How does context effectmemory?
  38. 38. Question 4
  39. 39. Question 4What is the differencebetween retrograde andanterograde amnesia?
  40. 40. Question 5
  41. 41. Question 5What is the differencebetween retroactive andproactive interference
  42. 42. Question 6
  43. 43. Question 6What is the primacy andrecency effect?
  44. 44. Round 4Evaluating and Applying
  45. 45. Round 4Identify what theory the followingevaluations and applications areforPick a member of your team as arepresentative
  46. 46. Question 1
  47. 47. Question 1Avoid revising two similarsubjects in the same evening
  48. 48. Question 2
  49. 49. Question 2We do not always have torehearse information in orderto remember it
  50. 50. Question 3
  51. 51. Question 3It may be the length of timespent processing informationrather than the depth whicheffects memory
  52. 52. Question 4
  53. 53. Question 4We must be careful whenlistening to eye witnessaccounts as their memoriesmay not be accurate
  54. 54. Question 5
  55. 55. Question 5Instead of reading somethingover and over, it is better toput it in your own words
  56. 56. Question 6
  57. 57. Question 6The study lacks ecologicalvalidity
  58. 58. Round 5Over to you
  59. 59. Round 5In your teams, write 2 questions toask the other teams.Make them REALLY hard!
  60. 60. Round 6Bonus Round
  61. 61. Round 6Explain what is shown…In teams
  62. 62. Question 1
  63. 63. Question 1
  64. 64. Question 2
  65. 65. Question 202468101214161820222426
  66. 66. Question 3
  67. 67. Question 3
  68. 68. Question 4
  69. 69. Question 4
  70. 70. Question 5
  71. 71. Question 5Is this an animal?TIGER
  72. 72. Question 6
  73. 73. Question 6Apple-LakeCat-TreeCandle-TableApple-SadnessCat-GlassCandle-Whale
  74. 74. And the winner is...

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