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a memory of a specific event that took place in a persons presence (you remember b/c you were there)
a new effective way you remember information by making itt meaningful to known information (ex. passcodes, abc's)
context dependent memories*
context of a memory or situation in which the person first had the experience (go back to that place)
tip of the tongue
when you come close to retrieving information but can not fully articulate the memory
1st stage of memory; consists of the immediate initial recording of information that enters through your senses
short term memory
2nd stage of memory; your working memory.. memories held briefly in a sensory register & will remain there until the sensory memory goes away
When new information appears in short term memory and takes the place of what is already there
Long term memory
Final stage of memory; if you want to remember something longer you take steps to remember it
A memory that is hidden because is so unpleasant that it causes anxiety or depression (comes through in dreams) (Sigmund Freud)
Biological view of aggression; Subfield of biology concerned with the behavior of humans and animals
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