Psychology: Memory (Presentation)

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177-slide presentation on the psychology of memory.

Lectures covers a variety of effective techniques how to study, memorize and remember information.

Numerous charts, graphs, research results, vocabulary, and cartoons are provided.

All vocabulary is indicated in bold. Presentation prepared by a former editor for the Princeton Review's Cracking the AP Psychology Exam.

This information has been used for years as part of a College Board approved AP curriculum. It is designed for use by AP Psychology teachers, although it has been adapted for other class levels.

Presentation provides substantial information for someone unfamiliar with research in this aspect of psychology.

Vocabulary:

Sensory memory
Iconic memory
Echoic memory
Attention
Selective attention
Stroop effect
Inattentional blindness
Next-in-line effect
Short-term memory
Primacy effect
Recency effect
Serial position curve
Working memory
Visuo-spatial sketchpad
Phonological loop
Central executive
Long-term memory
Encoding
Storage
Retrieval
Recall
Recognition
Information loss
Explicit memory
Declarative memory
Episodic memory
Semantic memory
Implicit memory
Procedural memory
Retrograde interference
Antegrade interference
State-dependent learning
Transfer-appropriate processing
Chunking
Visualization
Mnemonics
Memory palace
Method of loci
Elaborative rehearsal
Competitive trace theory
Semantic networks
Schema
Scripts
Fluency
Priming
Retrieval cue
Tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon
Misattribution
HM
Medial temporal lobe
Hippocampus
Antegrade amnesia
Temporally-graded retrograde amnesia
Association areas
Neocortex
Long-term potentiation
Hebbian synapse
Dissociative fugue
Imposter syndrome
Propranolol
PKMzeta
Electroconvulsive therapy
Reconstructive memory
Elizabeth Loftus
Misinformation effect
Pseudomemories
Repressed memory therapy
Repressed memory
Source confusion
Memory binding
Memory conjunction error
Cognitive reappraisal
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177
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Psychology: Memory (Presentation)
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