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Date Created: 10/12/15
PSY2400 Cognitive Psychology By Professor Prunier 5 Chapter 4 Working Memory BrownPeterson 0 Show participants a string of unrelated letters JSQM 0 Count backwards from a large number 792 by 3 s 0 Recall as many letters as possible Recency Effect Serial Position Effect 0 People generally do well to remember the rst few and the last few lettersnumbers they see Phonological Loop 0 Processes a limited number of sounds for a short period of time Subvocalization 0 Silently pronouncing the words you are reading Acoustic Confusion 0 People are more likely to mistake similar sounding stimuli with each other Visuospatial Sketchpad 0 Processes both visual and spatial information Central Executive 0 Integrates information from the phonological loop the Visuospatial Sketchpad the episodic buffer and longterm memory 0 Directs attention to important stimuli chooses procedures and divides resources Clinical Psychology 0 Studies mental illness in the brain and how to treat people 0 Major Depression 0 Feelings of sadness hopelessness worthlessness on a daily basis 0 Has to be occurring for two weeks to be diagnosed O Depressed individuals performed worse on phonological loop and visuospatial Sketchpad tasks 0 Central executive tasks have mixed results Encoding LongTerm Memory 0 Levels of processing approach 0 Distinctiveness O Elaboration written process of meaning in connection to other know information 0 Selfreference effect 0 Remember information better if you relate it to the self or something associated with yourself 0 Encodingspeci city principle 0 Recall information better if retrieved in the same context 0 Emotion 0 Reaction to a speci c stimuli 0 Mood 0 More general longlasting experience 0 Mood congruence 0 Recall more accurately if it is congruent with your current mood 0 Pollyanna principle 0 Pleasant items are usually processed more efficiently and more accurately than less pleasant ones 0 Positivity effect 0 People tend to rate unpleasant past events more positively with the passage of time
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