Memory 2

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What is encoding?
Acquiring new information and getting it in memory
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What is maintenance?
Storing acquired information
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What is retrieval?
Bringing back and making use of information stored
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What is an example of LTM?
Knowing how to ride a bike
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What do encoding strategies transfer information from?
Working memory to LTM
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What did Craik and Lockhart (1972) disagree with about the MSM?
Rehearsal
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What kind of encoding is deeper processing?
Semantic
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What improves LTM performance when information is processed in relation to it?
Our self concept
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How can it be easier to access the information from LTM?
Forming more associations
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What information are our LTM's organised by?
Categorical
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What types of memory come under declarative/explicit memory?
Episodic and semantic
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What types of memory come under non-declarative/implicit memory?
Procedural and priming
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What is repetition priming?
Automatically get better at processing a stimulus the second time
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What is an example of episodic memory?
Remembering your driving test
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What is an example of semantic memory?
Knowing what a drivers license is
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What is an example of repetitive priming?
Reading the term "license" for a second time
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What is an example of procedural memory?
Driving becomes automatic
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What is encoding specificity?
Accuracy better when presented with the original cue
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