Define memory; explain the three processes of memory, encoding, storage, and retrieval; and describe the abilities of a mnemonist and the drawbacks to having a “perfect” memory.
2. Describe and give examples of how memories are retrieved through recognition; identify common tests of recognition; and explain how the kind of distractors used in the tests of recognition affects retrieval accuracy.
3. Discuss the recovered memory/false memory debate; and explain why extreme caution is warranted when “recovered” memories are the only basis for believing that traumatic events, such as childhood sexual abuse, happened in the past.
4. Describe and give examples of how memory can be improved through the following encoding strategies: a. elaborative processing, b. better selection of information; c. organization, d. whole learning, e. the progressive-part method, f. encoding memory cues, g. overlearning, and h. spaced practice.
5. Discuss the four basic principles of using mnemonics systems and how mental images and unusual associations are used to link new information with familiar memories already stored in LTM.
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