- Created by: LucieBilton
- Created on: 01-06-14 14:47
Encoding - changing information so that it can be stored.
Storage - holding information in the memory system.
Retrieval - recovering information from storage.
Multi-Store - the idea that information passes through a series of memory stores.
Sensory Store - holds information recieved from the senses for a very short period of time.
Short-Term Store - holds approximately seven chunks of information for a limited amount of time.
Long-Term Store - holds a vast amount of information for a very long period of time.
Recency Effect - information recieved later is recalled better than earlier information.