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Date Created: 02/02/15
3 Auditory Perception Training APT d Auditory Sequencing Observing and imitating a series of actions 4 Musical Attention Control Training MACT To establish and maintain different kinds of attention a Sustained Attention Continuous attention to one stimulus over time playing steady beat on drum and singing b Selective Attention Attending to one stimulus out of several selectively attend to whether notes were high or low playing only one instrument during the high sounds onlyhaving to attend to when there were chords play only one instrument only when there are chords c Divided Attention Simultaneously splitting attention between two or more stimuli only responding with one instrument but paying attention to two different stimuli d Alternating Attention Switching attention sequentially from one stimuli to another listening for different things playing two different instruments when you hear specific things Joint Attention To alert another person to a stimulus gazing pointing Triadic skill involves 2 people and an object first with parents also with peers Infants show joint attention by 9 months MEMORY new topic Three processes all effected by a persons mood Encoding Storage Retrieval Encoding Programming the info as the event occurs Rehearsing attending Making associations Storage Putting the info in memory for later use Shortterm or longterm Usually stored with related or similar concepts Retrieval Recalling the info when needed Three types of Memory Working memory STMshort term memory LTMlong term memory Working Memory Used for encoding Sensory info that is part of one39s current conscious experience Utilizes rehearsal strategies to consolidate and transfer info from STM to LTM Also utilizes decisionmaking problemsolving and selective attention Shortterm Memory Used for encoding and storage Retains a limited amount of information for a short period of time 7 items F2 Provides a temporary trace of information until LTM is more stable Longterm Memory Where information is stored for later retrieval Can retain a large amount of information for a long period of time Involves structural changes in neuronal synapses
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