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by: N3koKikyu
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Social Psychology

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Here are the notes for classes 9/29/15 and 10/1/15 enjoy!
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by N3koKikyu on Thursday October 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 70782 at George Mason University taught by Riskind in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Social Psychology in Psychlogy at George Mason University.


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Date Created: 10/01/15
Thursday October 1 2015 Psychology 100 Memory 3 Processes 1 Encoding putting info into memory 2 Storage holding info in memory 3 Retrieval getting info out of memory Encoding Attention Level of processing shallow basic simple repetition sound basic shape deep richer mnemonic meaning category Research on mistakes when recalling word lists Short term more phonemic sound Long Term more semantic meaning ways to make processing deeper Elaboration linking to existing information in memory imagery Storage Different levels of storage System Model Sensory Memory input from senses stored briefly Capacity large Duration Brief Visual less than 1 second Auditory less than 3 seconds Thursday October 1 2015 ShortTerm Memory info transferred from sensory memory attention Capacity smaller aprox 7 2 chunks gt any meaningful unit of information some research varies depending on familiarity Duration intermediate step between encoding and 2030 seconds Maintained predominantly by rehearsal Working memory more active involved than shortterm memory actively using manipulating information LongTerm Memory Information transferred from STM elaboration Explicit episodic semantic lmplicit procedural muscle memory Organization Network activation model of memory Node piece of information that occupies spot memory Priming activation of one node makes a related node more accessible Schemas Shema cognitive framework that organizes memory Affects attention and interpretation Efficient helps us organize AND fill in missing info Thursday October 1 2015 Retrieval serial position effects Primacy effect words at beginning Recency Effect words at end Von Restoraff Effect novel unusual


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