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  1. We construct memories with...
  2. STM is like a...
  3. Loftus, 2007
  4. Memory ____ experiences and information into a ____.
  5. Characteristics: LTM: Capacity:
  6. Memory can be _____ into _______.
  7. Patient H.M. missing Hippocampus:
  8. Encoding:
  9. Storage:
  10. Characteristics of: Duration:
  11. STM =
  12. Transfer of short-term memory entails...
  13. William James:
  14. Memory is a mechanism to...
  15. How many people have been reported to be wrongly convicted?
  16. How information is successfully transferred to LTM depends on...
  17. Memory's different mechanisms:
  18. Very short term memory arises from:
  19. Retrieval:
  20. The deeper the connection...
  21. What method do these champions use and how does it work?
  22. The majority of evidence presented in a courtroom are...
  23. What professions are good at constructing memories?
  24. Sensory memory is close to...
  25. Sperling's 1960 Experiment: Findings:
  26. Sperling's 1960 Experiment: Conclusions:
  27. Memory is..
  28. LTM =
  29. Flashbulb Memory:
  30. Encoding is critical to...
  31. USA memory championship records:
  32. Are memory champions gifted?
  33. Sperling's 1960 Experiment: Whole Report:
  34. How can these champions memorize so much?
  35. Each memory store has a different:
  36. What has implications?
  37. Duration:
  38. Characteristics of: Capacity:
  39. Capacity:
  40. Characteristics: STM Duration:
  41. Memory does not work like...

    Memory kind of works like...
  42. Long-Term Memory:
  43. Long Term analogy:
  44. Elizabeth Loftus Research
  45. Sperling's 1960 Experiment: Partial Report:
  46. What resides in LTM?
  47. Characteristics: LTM: Duration:
  48. Characteristics: STM Capacity:
  1. a sensation, and just at the beginning of "perception"
  2. b a number of parameters
  3. c Huge
    - Possibly limitless
  4. d The AMOUNT of information that is maintained
  5. e the more complex.
  6. f the temporary activation of perceptual areas of the brain.
  7. g Long-Term Memory
  8. h Via activation of the right hippocampus and parietal cortex
  9. i Retaining information in memory
    - Transfer to distributed neural networks by hippocampus
  10. j - Accessing/Reconstructing information previously stored in memory
  11. k effective memory
  12. l Small

    ~ 5-9 items
  13. m "buffer" that stabilizes awareness over time on a continuum

    - Buffer between past and future
  14. n The Memory Palace/ Method of Loci
    - Memorize the layout of a building/any geographical entity
    - Place the things that you need to memorize within these spacial locations
    = Luria (1969)
  15. o - Report as many letters as you can remember
  16. p - COULD NOT form new explicit memories
    - COULD learn unconsciously
  17. q Organizing and transforming incoming information to be entered into memory
    - Related to sensation and perception
    - "saying the word"
  18. r - People will estimate higher speeds when the word "smashed" is used

    - People aren't just saying it; they REALLY believe it

    - People will even remember things that were not there
  19. s Short-Term Memory
    - the "contents of consciousness"
  20. t No
    - IQ is about average
  21. u Hard Drive
  22. v eye-witness testimonies based on individuals' memories
  23. w The fallibility of memory
  24. x - A tone indicated which row to report AFTER the stimuli dissapeared
  25. y Information that is more deeply processed is encoded and stored more effectively.
  26. z Names/Faces: 175 faces
    Random Words: 120 words
    Numbers: 303 digits
  27. aa 1. Sensory Memory
    2. Short-Term Memory
    3. Long-Term Memory
  28. ab false connections
  29. ac - Implanting memories of political events

    - Over half of participants report remembering details of an event that never happened
  30. ad Hours to years
  31. ae Inactive information
  32. af Very large
  33. ag - Large-capacity memory store that fades very quickly

    - Attention is NECESSARY to move information from sensory memory to short-term memory
  34. ah - Duration
    - Capacity
  35. ai CONSTRUCTIVE
  36. aj AWARENESS/PERCEPTION
  37. ak STM

    "The spacious present"
  38. al - Contains the accumulated knowledge base
    - Stored in the cerebral cortex
    > Records of experience
  39. am Full Report: 4-5 items correctly recalled

    Partial Report: all 4 items correctly recalled
  40. an maintain a stable identity and experience over time.
  41. ao Memory binds experiences and information into a "self."
  42. ap Lawyers, Politicians, etc
  43. aq Several seconds without rehearsal; 30 seconds with rehearsal
  44. ar Very short, typically less than 1 second
  45. as a tape-recorder

    a wikipedia page; it is changed all of the time by us
  46. at Over 2000 in the last 20 years
  47. au The LENGTH of time information is maintained.
  48. av Memory can be subdivided into a number of fundamental processes.