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sensory
initial that recieves snesory input and hold in sensory registers (eyes and ears)
storage
placing encoaded info. into relaitvely premanent storage
state-dependent
more likely to remeber info when in same emotional state
primacy recendency effect
tendacy to remember 1st and last in group or list
encoading
making mental represenation, from physical stimulus
visual
auditory: make into sound
sematic: info into some useful
2 types sensory
iconic: visual, holds up to 1/4 sec
econic: hearing, holds 1-2 sec
processes
encoading,storage,retieval
long term memory
stored in raw/ basic details
only way to lose: damage in brain
context dependent memory
more likely to recieve info when in same or similar state in which learnt
3 types of storage
automatic: natural event
maintenance: reptitoin
elaborative: attracting new info to meaningful
short term memory
limited info for limited time
7 items +/- 2
interference loses it
retrieving
recall
recogntion
3 stages
sensory memory
short term memory
long term memory