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LS- MH-CH. 7-INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY-PART 2

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Transcript of LS- MH-CH. 7-INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY-PART 2

MEMORY STRATEGIES
a. Rehearsal
b. Chunking
c. Elaboration- creating meaningful links between items to be remembered.
d. Organization- grouping concepts (animals)
e. Overlearning
THE METAS
Meta memory-knowledge
of memory monitoring,
and regulating memory processes.


Metacognitive – knowledge of the Human Mind and of the range of cognitive processes.


NEURAL BASES OF MEMORY
The hippocampus is part of the limbic system, located in the medial (middle) temporal lobe of the brain.
Scientists believe that the hippocampus is responsible for consolidation and formation of explicit memories. Just next to the hippocampus is the amygdala which is involved in forming emotionally charged memories. Other parts of the brain, namely the basal ganglia and cerebellum, are important in the formation of procedural memories.
EXECUTIVE
CONTROL PROCESSES
These processes include working memory, reasoning, task flexibility, and problem solving as well as planning and execution.
MEMORY PROCESSES
If a person pays attention to the information that "hits" the sensory register, then it is further processed in short term or working memory
MEMORY &
INFORMATION PROCESSING- PART 2

Long term memory has indefinite-unlimited capacity in terms of size and permanency.
In order for something to move into
the long-term memory store, it must undergo a process of consolidation
in which a memory trace of the event
is created.
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