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LS-MH- CH. 7- INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY-PART 3

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Transcript of LS-MH- CH. 7- INFORMATION PROCESSING & MEMORY-PART 3

MEMORY DEVELOPMENT IN INFANTS
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.
MEMORY
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.


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