Cognitive Approach

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Cognitive Approach
1 Memory
1.1 Multi-Store Model

Attachments:

1.1.1 Short-Term Memory
1.1.1.1 Encoding
1.1.1.2
1.1.1.3
1.1.2 Sensory
1.1.3 Long-Term Memory
1.2 Levels of Processing Theory
1.3 Key Assumptions
1.3.1 #1
1.3.2 #2
1.3.3 #3
2 Forgetting
2.1 Cue Dependent Theory
2.2 Trace Decay Theory
3 Key Terms
3.1 Information processing
3.1.1 what the cognitive approach is about, including input, processing and output, and how these work
3.2 Memory
3.2.1 encoding, storage and retrieval, explained in different ways by different theories
3.3 Forgetting
3.3.1 not remembering, which has more than one explanation
3.4 Storage
3.4.1 how information is retained in the brain ready for retrieval
3.5 Retrieval
3.5.1 getting stored information out of memory
4 Experiments
4.1 Natural
4.2 Field
4.3 Lab
5 Hypotheses
5.1 Statement of what is expected
5.1.1 Null
5.1.2 Directional
5.1.3 Non-Directional
6 Variables
6.1 Independent Variable
6.1.1 Manipulated
6.2 Dependent Variable
6.2.1 Changes as a result of manipulating the independent variable, and is measured
7 Experimental (participant) design
7.1 Repeated Measures
7.2 Independent Groups
7.3 Matched Pairs

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