Psych 1004 Lecture 10 Notes, Memory
Psych 1004 Lecture 10 Notes, Memory Psych 1004
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Date Created: 10/02/16
Lecture 10 Notes: emory Psych 1004 Important Names John Watson was the Father fBehaviorism Said Learning = Formation of an Association” Stimulus → esponse → Reward arl Lashley was Father sychophysiology earched for Enlam (where is emory) George Sperling flashes strings of letters briefly to measure capacity of memory pproximated 75% l ost 5 items memorized *ifwe could speak/write what we saw within .3 seconds it would allstil be there* Donald Broadbet discovered “chunking” or using grouping to memorize things easier Memory is a Gradual Process Exceptions: Imprinting (baby animals latch onto a “mother” after just one trial) Taste Aversion (coyotes no longer eat sheep due to one trial of contaminated meat) Flashbulb memory 3 Process heory Sensory Memory (about .3 seconds) Capacity unknown unlimited Iconic vision) & Echoic uditory) Forgetting Factors (>75% of information lost at this stage): Neural Decay Active Filtering Short Term Memory about 30 seconds) Requires active rehearsal (primary circuits in hippocampus) Capacity (7 plus or inus 2 chunks Forgetting Factors: Neural Decay Interference (Oscillating cells get distracted with incoming information) Long Term emory *see Lecture 11 Notes *Flashbulb Memory* emotional connection etches itsel in memory in Trial 1 *Photographic memory* (rare after puberty) iswhen the information from sensory memory is not erased immediately *Reverberatory ircuit* H Hippocampus *Stimulus Persistence is when a stimulus continues to be perceived by a person after i ends, such as when lights are turned off but for some time a human stilsees things
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