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LS- MH-CH.7 - INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY
Transcript of LS- MH-CH.7 - INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY
A MODEL OF INFORMATION PROCESSING
ENCODING: Getting information into the
CONSOLIDATION: Transforming a sensory perceptual experience into a long lasting memory trace
STORAGE: Holding information in a long term memory store.
RETRIEVAL - retrieving information from
long term memory
MEMORY - THE HUMAN COMPUTER
The human “computer” takes in information through the sensory register, which holds the information for a very brief period.
Identify the information processing approach. An analogy is the computer with its ability to systematically convert input to output. Emphasizes basic mental processes in attention, memory and decision-making
WORKING MEMORY: A mental scratch pad “that temporarily stores information while actively operating on it.
MEMORY: Our ability to store and later retrieve information about past events
LS- MH-CH. 7 - INFORMATION PROCESSING- MEMORY
SHORT TERM MEMORY: The memory store in which limited amounts of information are temporarily held (saved) 7 items or chunks + 4-5 seconds
LONG TERM MEMORY: Memory store in which information that has been examined and interpreted is stored relatively permanently.
10 year old memory genius
INFORMATION PROCESSING APPROACH
SEIGLER & others, 2015
This approach analyzes how individuals encode information, manipulate it, monitor it, and create strategies for handling it.
Does processing speed matter? How quickly individuals can process information throughout the life span is linked with their competence in many aspects of cognition.
The focusing of
ADHD- Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder-Disability in which children consistently show one or more of the following characteristics over a period of time:
Chimps vs Humans