Memory 3

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What is everyday memory?
Memory operations that occur daily
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What did Ebbinghaus (1885) believe in?
Objectively studying memory through repeating back sentences
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What did Bartlett (1932) believe in?
A more naturalistic approach through recall of prose passages
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What is the store-house metaphor of memory?
Importance of number of items that can be accessed at retrieval
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Which metaphor is more appropriate in everyday memory?
Correspondence metaphor
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What are naturally occurring memories (Cohen, 2008)?
Memories of memories
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According to Dudokovic et al. (2004) what retellings were the least accurate?
Entertaining
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What is autobiographical memory a combination of?
Episodic and semantic
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What is the difference between autobiographical and episodic memory?
Autobiographical involves personal life story
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What are young people better at?
Recall
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What are older people better at?
Recognition
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What are flashbulb memories?
Long-lasting autobiographical memories for dramatic events
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What does the neural memory mechanism do?
Prints the details of the events permanently in memory
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What do flashbulb memories not hold information about?
The form the information came in
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What don't flashbulb memories differ on?
Capacity
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How many people hadflashbulb memories that lasted after 26 months for Thatcher's resignation (Conway et al., 1994)?
86%
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