A background section covers issues of the history of memory, and basic neuroscience and methodology. Finally, a special topics section includes formal models of memory, memory for space and time, autobiographical memory, memory and reality, and more. Throughout, the author weaves applications from psychology, medicine, law, and education to show the usefulness of the concepts in everyday life and multiple career paths. Opportunities for students to explore the assessment of memory in laboratory-based settings are also provided. Chapters can be covered in any order, providing instructors with the utmost flexibility in course assignments, and each one includes an overview, key terms, Stop and Review synopses, Try it Out exercises, Improving Your Memory and Study in Depth boxes, study questions, and Putting It All Together and Explore More sections. This text is intended for undergraduate or graduate courses in human memory, human learning and memory, neuropsychology of memory, and seminars on topics in human memory.
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Which is NOT a way that the term memory is used? Which of the following is NOT an aspect of learning? What is a good definition of learning? All Rights Reserved. This sample only, Download all chapters at: alibabadownload. Why are there so many metaphors for memory? Which metaphor captures the idea that there is an organization to memory? Which metaphor captures the idea that information in memory can be forgotten? Which metaphor of memory conveys the idea that memories are discrete collections of information?
What influence did Darwin have on theories of memory? Memory development in a person is guided by his or her DNA. Which of the following is NOT a principle of memory discovered by Ebbinghaus? Which of the following important figures in the history of memory research was interested in how prior knowledge influences memory? What is an important concept in memory developed by Bartlett?
What is an important distinction in types of memory made by William James? What is one of the most important contributions of research in the behaviorist tradition to modern research on memory?
What was a primary stimulus used in the verbal learning tradition of studying memory? Which verbal learning method involved recombinations of A and B items on a second list of paired associates? Which of the following describes what Lashley found about how removing portions of the cortex of rats affected later memory for a maze that had been learned?
Which researcher or group of researchers is matched with the correct concept below? Which of the following important figures in the history of memory research is known for his research on the search for the engram? Which approach to human learning and memory made an analogy between the human mind and a computer? What is an important influence of the cognitive revolution on the study of memory? Which of the following is NOT a component of the modal model of memory?
Which if the following is NOT a part of the standard modal model of memory? According to the modal model, what is needed to transfer information from iconic memory to short-term memory?
Who is credited with the creation of the modal model of memory? Which portion of long-term memory can best be described as noetic? Which portion of long-term memory involves explicit memory? What is the definition of memory? What is the definition of learning? What is one metaphor for memory, and what aspects of memory does it capture? How has the literacy metaphor been influential in theories of memory?
What are some of the major findings about memory to come out of the early work by Ebbinghaus? Describe the cognitive view of human learning and memory. According to the modal model of human memory, which two memory stores have more or less direct contact with the external world?
What are the components of the modal model of memory? What is one major division of memory, and what aspects of memory does it capture?