AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language-Memory Terms and Persons (Page 4 of 5)

Implicit Memory

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Implicit memory is having the knowledge without particularly being aware about the knowledge.

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Incidental Learning

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Incidental learning is the one in which the subject is not asked to memorize anything and just understand and then he is asked to give a test.

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Karl Lashley

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Karl Lashley found that memories are stored diffused in the brain.

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Memory

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Study of memory includes the study of how things are remembered and why things are forgotten.

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Mnemonics

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Mnemonics are memory cues which help the mind to remember things and recall it easily using factors that you related with while learning.

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Procedural Memory

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Procedural memory is the knowledge of way of doing something.

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Recall

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In a recall task involving the order of items on a list, it has been seen that individuals can well remember two items which are far away in the list but not those which are closer to each other.

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