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LS-MH- CH. 7- INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY-PART 3
Transcript of LS-MH- CH. 7- INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY-PART 3
Infants clearly show recognition memory for familiar stimuli at birth and cued recall memory by about 2 months.
MEMORY DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN
Memory improves during childhood with increased efficiency in basic information-processing capacities, improvement in metamemory, and growth of the general knowledge base.
The distinctiveness or uniqueness of an event has been consistently associated with better recall.
Many researchers have adopted a contextual perspective on learning and memory, emphasizing both biological and genetic factors along with environmental and situational factors.
Eye Witness Testimony -
Jill Price – The Woman Who Could Not Forget
INFORMATION PROCESSING- PART 3
The woman that never forgets - Jill Price First Interview!