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CH1: Four Stages of Long-term Memory


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Encoding, Consolidation, Storage, Retrieval
Every College Student Reads is...
the process by which the brain attends to and integrates new information.
Encoding is...
drives the encoding process.
Attention...
automatic processing or effortful, requiring conscious effort or rehearsal.
Encoding can be...
mnemonic devices, imagery, chunking, and by adding meaning or context.
The encoding process can be aided by...
the process of stabilizing or solidifying a memory so it becomes firmly established and resistant to distraction, interference, and decay.
Consolidation is...
plays an important role in memory consolidation.
Sleep...
is the retention of memory over time.
Storage...
hierarchies, schemas (mental frameworks that develop from our experiences), and networks (as a chain of associations between related concepts).
Memories are organized and stored as...
the recovery of information stored in memory.
Retrieval is...
can store a vast amount of information for thirty seconds to a lifetime.
Long-term memory...
work together to process, retain, and make use of new information.
Learning and memory...