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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. retrieval
  2. Encoding Factors: meaning
  3. Encoding factors: Prior knowledge
  4. Implications for studying
  5. Morris, Bransford, and Franks (1979)
  1. a • Study: FB ICB SNC AAP BS
    • Now study: FBI CBS NCAA PBS
    -Chucks connect to prior knowledge
  2. b • Spend quality time with your study materials!
  3. c • Craik and Tulving (1975):
    • Study 60 words
    • 3 types of processing tasks:
    a. Shallow: physical characteristics
    b. Medium: sound/acoustic
    c. Deep: meaning/semantic
  4. d a. Rhyme: ("___ rhymes with eagle" LEGAL
    b. Meaning: Does the word fit in the sentence?
    ("I met a ___ in the street" CLOUD)
  5. e being able to remember the information and pull back out of memory system for later use

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Central Execute
    (arrow to and from) (arrow to and from)
    Phonological loop Visuospatial Sketchpad
  2. a. Med student produce associations to words.
    b. Do this after consuming soda or a cocktail
    • Recall: sober vs. intoxicated
    • Those that studied sober they made fewer errors and those that were intoxiated increased recall but only by a small amount.
  3. a. See words for 1 sec or 3 sec each.
    b. Ss classified as having strategy type:
    i. Rehearsal
    ii. Associative
  4. how much information can be hold to memory and how long to keep it there
  5. • Standard: meaning > rhyme
    • Rhyme Cue: rhyme > meaning

5 True/False questions

  1. Phonological Loop• What determines whether we will remember something
    a. Repetition

          

  2. STM capacity• Example:
    • 17761941191418651812
    • 1776, 1941, 1914, 1865, 1812
    • This limit is flexible with chunks

          

  3. encodinghow much information can be hold to memory and how long to keep it there

          

  4. Central executivea. Standard Recognition vs. Rhyme Cue

          

  5. Are you using memory when• You are talking to your best friend about her recent breakup?
    a. Remembering earlier instances that caused her to be upset before
    b. Remember own past experiences relate to hers-long term
    c. Remember what they said just a second ago to hold conversation -short term
    • You are driving to a soccer game?
    • You are learning new information in class?
    a. Learned from previous classes that might be helpful in this class
    b. As she is talking you are taking notes-short term memory
    c. Pull information to write it down-working memory (hold information as your engaging in it)

          

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