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Memory, Encoding Storage and Retrieval
This pin comes from SimplyPsychology.org, and it is a valid source due to its references from established sources such as The Psychological Review. The author of this article, Saul McLeod is a psychological researcher for the University of Manchester in the Division of Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology. The article explains how memory is encoded in the brains and the different storage systems it ends up in.
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Remediating Working Memory Freebie Working memory can be a problematic issue for many students. As a result they may forget materials struggle with multi-step directions and can have problems doing mental math. Working memory is a workspace in the brain that helps learners maintain attention manage distractions and complete tasks. Some students need to develop this ability. Come to my blog where you can download a few working memory activities! Cheers Dr. Erica Warren improve memory memory
AP Psychology- How Reliable is Your Memory? (TED Talk/Elizabeth Loftus)
This 15-minute TED Talk by Elizabeth Loftus is an excellent opener for AP Psych Unit 7 Cognition or Psychology class. Lotus' work looks at how false memories can impact our lives and brings new light to how our memory can fail us. I use this in my Psychology course, but it can also be used in Law & Justice when discussing issues with eyewitness testimonies.The worksheet contains 8 questions and an answer key is included for your convenience.By purchasing this item, you agree to use it for