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MEMORY - PART 2

MEMORY - PART 2
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Linda Olson

on 3 June 2016

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Transcript of MEMORY - PART 2

RECALL..RECOGNITION
ENCODING STRATEGIES
MEMORY
RETRIEVAL STRATEGIES
RECALL - direct retrieval of facts or information
RECOGNITION - recognizing the answer from choices. Retrieval cues come into play.
Prosopagnosia- Cool Psychologist- YouTube
1. ELABORATIVE PROCESSING -connections w. existing knowledge.
2. Select only the most important concepts to memorize.
3. Use chunking.
4. Establish meaning.
5. Use retrieval cues
6. Study beyond mastery - over learn.
7. Alternate short study sessions w. brief rest periods.

State Dependent Learning - the bodily state that exists during learning can also be a strong retrieval cue for later memory.

Retrograde Amnesia - forgetting events that occurred before the injury or trauma.

Anterior grade Amnesia - forgetting events that occurred after the injury or trauma.
1. Recitation - summarize aloud while learning
2. Review
3. Strategies to aid recall- planned memory searches
4. Extend how long you remember
5. Lack of sleep and hunger decreases retention
6. Mnemonics - mental pictures/ associations
7. Mental Walk
PART 2
MEMORY
IMPLICIT/EXPLICIT MEMORIES
IMPLICIT MEMORY - A memory that is non- conscious - Not known to exist.
EXPLICIT MEMORY - A memory from past experiences that is consciously brought to mind.

PRIMING - facilitating the retrieval of an implicit memory by using cues to activate hidden memories
Priming - Deeper Meaning 14 - Michael Shermer 2:11
Psychological Priming Anonymous Vendetta 69 6:17
Sheldon's Eidetic Memory Sunny Stuff 1:04
Super Eidetic Memory- Artist Draws 7,000 building Hong Kong Panorama from Memory 1:09
50 First Dates- Anterograde Amnesia Claudia Choi 3:49
Woman Remembers Everything G.J.V. R. 4: 28
EIDETIC MEMORY
The Ebbinghaus Curve is also known as the forgetting curve.
Memory Traces - physical changes in nerve cells or brain activity that take place when memories are stored.
TWILIGHT MEMORY
Pot Smoking: Is Twilight Memory Real? D News
Proof Marijuana Ruins Your Memory..Think Tank
Inside the Mind of Perception - Episode 3 Anterograde Amnesia- Dr. David Eagleman - Perception TNT
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