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How Does The Human Brain Store And Retrieve Memories?

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Marvin Garcia

on 13 January 2016

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Transcript of How Does The Human Brain Store And Retrieve Memories?

How Does the Human Brain Store and Retrieve Memories?
Free Recall
Free Recall is in a list
Free Recall can be said in any order'
First listed item is earlier and more often
Memory Loss
Cells of the brain depend on proteins and other chemicals to connect and to communcate
Scientists shown that revoing/changing a chemical or molecule can
Prevent formation of memories
Destroy exsting memories
Scientific Process
Information that first enters the brain, your brain starts encoding
Encoding is the crucial first step to creating a new memory
If it is in warm colors you will remember better than black and white pictures
You won't remember if you don't pay attention
Recognition and Recall
Recognition is something Previously experienced and compares memory
Recall remembers a fact that is not physically present
Recognition has one process unlike Recall has two processes
Three Methods of Recall
Cued Recall
Cued recall is retrieval with the help of cues. Some cues are semantic.
They will remeber something they didnt at first
Serial Recall
Serial recall is an aspect of memory relating to the accessing of information retained in a serial learning task.
Endel Tulving (Left) made an alternative to the two stage theory his theory was named "Theory Of Encoding Specificity"
Fergus Craik (Right) and Robert Lockhart (No Picture) suggests "levels of processing effect" which has three stages
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