THE SENSORY REGISTER
Has a large capacity
Very brief retention of images (1/2-2 seconds for visual and auditory
1. Contains sensory information
The memory system that momentarily preserves literal images of sensory information.
Also called sensory memory
Acts like a filter for information:
Allows the important information to go through the next stage of memory
Happens when the information entering to the sensory register short-circuits and must be reprocessed
LONG TERM MEMORY
Memories for the performance
of particular types of action.
Memories for personally
experienced, events, including the
contexts in which they occurred.
Memories that reveal general
knowledge, including ideas, facts,
rules, concepts and propositions
How it works:
works like items in a
the information in different categories and select a subject that you need in the moment.
How it is organized
has everything you know, but does not save everything
What it is
Multistore model with no partial limits
Enable us to
Between Semantic Groups the knowledge goes to the long term memory
Used to make a relation for the Long term Memory and what we're doing.
Chunks of Experiences
What it is
It creates bits of information, to save it effectively
It takes a "Copy" of everything in long term memory, to use it
It is the active memory, because we use in present time, in what we are doing
;My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nachos
Biological avenues to better memory :checkered_flag:
Step 1: Pay attention!
Step 2. Encode information
Step 3: Add meaning
Step 4: Use visual imaginary
Step 5:Take your time
Following McConnell, 1962: u can actually eat ur teacher´s memories. Delicious!
The basic processes of memory
... Just kidding
Short Term Memory
It seems obvious, but often we fail to remember because
we never actually encoded information in the first place
Is more meaningful when you link up with information alredy in long-term memory