Flashcards in Chapter 28- Forgetting Deck (12):
What are the 7 sins of memory?
Developed by memory researcher Daniel Schacter; absent-mindedness, transience, blocking, misattribution, suggestibility, bias, and persistence
One of the three sins of forgetting; inattention tô details
One of three sins of forgetting; storage decay
One of three sins of forgetting; inaccessibility of stored information
One of three sins of distortion; confusing the source of information; putting words in someone else's mouth or remembering a movie scene as reality
One of three sins of distortion; lingering effects of misinformation
One of three sins of distortion; belief-influenced recollection
1 sin of intrusion; unwanted memories
What are the three different sections to the 7 sins of memory?
Three sins of forgetting, three sins of distortion, and 1 sin of intrusion
Three parts to three sins of forgetting?
Absent mindedness, transience, and blocking
What are the three parts to the three sins of distortion?
Misattribution, suggestibility, bias