Flashcards in Memory Deck (8)
Acquiring information from the world and storing it in memory.
The ability to retain information over time through the processes of encoding, storing, and retrieving.
Encoding for surface features (less successful).
And coding for structural relationships and meaning (more successful).
Holding onto information for later use.
Getting information back when it is needed. Two ways to retrieve information.
Supplying information in response to a cue or question.