Psychology - Memory

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Psychology - Memory
1 Key Concepts
1.1 INFORMATION PROCESSING - The idea that information is processed through a number of stages
1.2 INPUT - The process of data entry (stage 1)
1.3 ENCODING - The process in which data is changed into another format (stage 2)
1.4 STORAGE - The process in which information is held, ready to be used at a later date (stage 3)
1.5 RETRIEVAL - The process in which information is located and taken out of storage (stage 4)
1.6 OUTPUT - The process of using data after it has been retrieved (stage 5)
1.7 ACCESSIBLITY PROMBELMS - Problems associated with retrieving information in storage
1.8 AVAILABILITY PROBLEMS - Problems associated with information no loner being stored
2 Core Theory: Multi-Store Model
2.1 *insert image of msm*
2.2 SENSORY STORE - The store where all immediate information is briefly held unless its paid attention to
2.3 ATTENTION - A process that makes people aware of information in the memory
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