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Retrieval
The memory process that allows people to locate stored information and return it to conscious thought
Short-Term Memory
Waking Memory
Interference
The Process in which information is short-term memory is lost when new information appears
Repression
Motivated forgetting that occurs unconciously
Flashbulb Memories
memories are examples of episodic memories that are recalled in great detail
Clustering
A method that organizes items into familiar units so that they can be remastered more easily
Phoneme
A unit of sound in a language
Divergent Thinking
Following many leads and using free association to solve a problem
Concepts
Thinking involves mentally grouping similar objects, events, and ideas into these categories
Algorhythms
Describe a specific procedures needs to solve a problem
Inductive
Reasoning that starts from a particular fact to reach a general conclusion
Basic Premise
A basic fact that gives information for drawing a conclusion
Semantics
The study of meaning
Deductive
Reasoning, if the basic statements leading to the conclusion are true, then the conclusion is also true