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Encoding Information – Memory (PSY)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Encoding Information – Memory (PSY) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Making Sense of the Environment.


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    1. Serial position effect.
    2. Visuospatial effect.
    3. Phonological loop.
    4. Short term memory.
    5. Episodic buffer.
    1. Chunking.
    2. Acronym.
    3. Depth of processing.
    4. Mnemonics.
    5. Hierarchies.
    1. Mnemonics.
    2. Phonological loop.
    3. Visuospatial skechpad.
    4. Episodic buffer.
    5. Central executive.
    1. Cognitive bias.
    2. Statistical bias.
    3. Placement bias.
    4. Inherent bias.
    5. Academic bias.
    1. Visuospatial loop.
    2. Chunking.
    3. Phonological loop.
    4. Mnemonic.
    5. Hierarchy effect.
    1. It is based on dual coding hypothesis.
    2. It uses physical locations or loci.
    3. It is also called the "Journey method."
    4. It has deeper representation.
    5. It involves visualization.

    Author of lecture Encoding Information – Memory (PSY)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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