5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Stoff and Eagle (1971)
- Temporarily maintains visual and spatial info.
- Stoff and Eagle's results
- Central executive
- a • From memory or perception
• If you have to think about your house and imagine your walking through your house and count the number of windows and doors in the house
- b being able to remember the information and pull back out of memory system for later use
- c • Duties:
a. Plans cognitive tasks
b. Integrates information from LTM
c. Initiates retrieval and decision processes
d. Coordinates other systems
- d a. In rehearsal there was no difference
b. In associative the three seconds was remembered more than the 1 second
i. Extra time helps memory
- e a. See words for 1 sec or 3 sec each.
b. Ss classified as having strategy type:
5 Multiple choice questions
- how much information can be hold to memory and how long to keep it there
- a. Standard Recognition vs. Rhyme Cue
- a. Rhyme: ("___ rhymes with eagle" LEGAL
b. Meaning: Does the word fit in the sentence?
("I met a ___ in the street" CLOUD)
- Central Execute
(arrow to and from) (arrow to and from)
Phonological loop Visuospatial Sketchpad
- • Example:
• 1776, 1941, 1914, 1865, 1812
• This limit is flexible with chunks
5 True/False questions
Retrieval factors: physical context → • Godden & Baddeley, 1975
a. Varied where divers learned a list of words:
i. Half learned the words on land
ii. Half learn the words while underwater!
b. Recall test given one year later
Short term vs. long term memory → • Old distinction in psychology
• Short term memory (STM) AKA "working memory"
a. Duration: 30 seconds
b. Research began late 1950s
• George millers (1956) "magical number"
Encoding factors: repetition → • Which is the real penny?
Memory basics → a. Standard Recognition vs. Rhyme Cue
Are you using memory when → • What determines whether we will remember something