Levels of Processing Description

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Levels of Processing Description
1 Memory is a consequence of how we process information, the deeper the process the easier it will be remembered
2 Information that is attended to on the basis of how it looks is not very durable
3 Most durable information is that which has been attended to semantically
4 The theory distinguishes between maintenance rehearsal and elaborative rehearsal
4.1 Maintenance rehearsal simply retains items for the time being
4.2 Elaborative rehearsal expands upon material and creates more lasting memories
5 Deep processing which is a form of elaborative rehearsal produces longer lasting memory traces
6 The 3 levels of processing are
6.1 Structural: What something looks like
6.2 Phonetic: what something sounds like
6.3 Semantic: what something means
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