Flashcards in 6: Semantic long term memory Deck (7)
Our organised, general knowledge about the world is called:
Semantic memory is often devoid of:
Our memory for words, including their pronunciations, meanings, spellings and syntax categories, is called:
Mental representations of objects stored in semantic memory are called:
Aristotle argued that concepts are defined by:
necessary and sufficient features.
Concepts are represented as a set of nodes, and the links between them show the relationships between concepts. These are known as: