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Q & A Section – Yahoo! Answers: Long Term Memory Retrieval

Laura asks…

Distinguish between memory encoding, storage & retrieval, and between short and long-term memory. How is long-?

Distinguish between memory encoding, storage & retrieval,
and between short and long-term memory. How is long-term
memory organized?

admin answers:

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Short-term memory is limited to 5…9 elements in ” the touch register ” which are consistently superseded by new elements. Compulsory or self-cycling in short-term memory results in transition of the information in long-term memory. Here too regeneration, but more rare is necessary. To take advantage of the information, “to pull out” it from memory to the certain attributes, it is necessary “to stack” the information in the form of associations with already familiar or not indifferent for you.
Unfortunately, I cannot shortly answer this question…

La mémoire à court terme est limitée par 5…9 éléments dans “le registre de la perception”, qui sont évincés successivement par de nouveaux éléments. Forcé ou l’auto-cyclisation dans la mémoire à court terme amène au passage de l’information à la mémoire à long terme. Ici aussi la régénérescence, mais plus rare est nécessaire. Pour se servir de l’information, “la sortir” de la mémoire selon les signes définis, il faut “mettre” l’information en forme des associations avec déjà familier ou non indifférent pour vous.
Malheureusement, je ne peux pas répondre court a cette question…

Robert asks…

New research on infant long-term memory has shown that infants can remember, if the researchers:?

a. use situations that are different from real life
b. do not let the baby move during the memory event
c. use highly emotional events
d. use special measures to aid memory retrieval

admin answers:

D.

David asks…

The memory system (stimuli into long term memory)?

Trace the memory from stimuli into long term memory. Discuss the features of each step and factors that enhace or impede information flow in each process. Explain proactive and retractive interference and how you might counteract their effects while studing in order to facilitate maximum absorption of information into long term memory. Explain other kinds of forgetting and discuss some strategies that can improve memory consolidation and/or retrieval.

admin answers:

Http://facweb.bhc.edu/eastcampus/leeb/psy101/psy101ch06/sld002.htm

talk about encoding, mnemonics, rehearsal
for forgetting: retrieval errors
Time to read your text and do your own take home exam! (psychology professor)

Thomas asks…

In psychologyn can someone help me identify which is for long term and short term memory, or for bothor none?

1. Forgetting is due to storage value
2. Forgetting is due to retrieval failure
3. Fraction of a second
4. chemical changes
5. physical changes
6. with retrieval
7. Storage can last forever

admin answers:

1. Both
2 Long
3 Short
4 Both
5 Both
6. Long
7. Both

Lisa asks…

Long-term-memory question?

Will proper classification of an item prevent retroactive /proactive interference OR aid in the retrieval of accurate information?

admin answers:

Yes. There are three main reasons for memory failure: bad or faulty storing of the information, corruption of data (binge drinking, trauma), retrieval error (you remember it is somewhere for you to remember).

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