Chapter 8 - Memory

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Memory is the process of ..., ... and ... information
Encoding, storing, retrieving
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It exists in three forms: ..., .../...and...
Sensory, short-term, working, long-term
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The characteristics of each differ, which suggests that they differ .... as well
Physiologically
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Sensory memory provides .... of information until the newly perceived information can be ... in .....
Temporary storage, stored, short-term memory
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Information in sensory memory last for only a ...
Short time
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When a visual stimulus is presented in a ...,all of the information is available for a .... (.... memory)
Brief flash, short time, iconic
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If the viewer's attention is directed to one line of information within a few hundred .... of the flash, the information can be .... into ....
Milliseconds, transferred, short-term memory
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Echoic memory - sensory memory for ... - appears to operate ....
Sounds, similarly
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... memory and ...memory contain a representation of information that has just been perceived, such as a person's name or telephone number.
Short-term, working
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Although the capacity of short-term memory is ..., we can ... the information as long as we choose, thus increasing the ... that we will remember it indefinitely
Limited, rehearse, likelihood
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It exists in three forms: ..., .../...and...

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The characteristics of each differ, which suggests that they differ .... as well

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Sensory memory provides .... of information until the newly perceived information can be ... in .....

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Information in sensory memory last for only a ...

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