short term memory
The stage of memory where information is stored for up to 30 seconds prior to either being forgotten or transferred to long term memory.
persistence of learning over time through the storage and retrieval of information
Organizing and shaping of information during process, storage and retrieval of memories
the transforming of information so the nervous system can process it
the retention of encoded information over time
The process of getting information out of memory storage.
levels of processing
the deeper more reich meaing of learning ar better than shollow ones, helps for better recall
repeating information over and over again to keep from forgetting it
The process of grouping items to make them easier to remember
the linking of new information to material that is already known
when prior learning disrupts the recall of new information
a clue, prompt, or hint that helps trigger recall of a given piece of information stored in long-term memory
retrieving a memory using a general cue
retrieving a memory using a specific cue
forgetting the true source of a memory. (who you heard it from)
information from an unreliable sourc, which was at first intially discounted, later gains creditability because the source is forgotten
prqactice(or study) sessions are interspersed with rest periods
time spent learning is grouped into long, unbroken sessions, thisis known as cramming.