Title of Paper
Joseph J. Green
Northern Arizona University
Please give three examples of encoded messages that you do automatically, without conscious thought, and three examples of encoded messages that require specific attention.
1 Encoded messages what is it?
Encoding is the active process of putting information into memory—a matter of forming cognitive representations of information QUOTE THIS
Different types of memory:
Stored for a few seconds.
Not encoded. (ipfw) (uic)
Large capacity (power point site)
.2 seconds of visual, 2 seconds of audatory (power point site)
15 to 20 seconds without rehersal
Getting memory to STM requires attention
Can old 7 t+- 2 chunks of information
2 three encoded messages automatically
Walking around a grocery store and remembering where things are
Remembering where items are around a house doors windows light switches etc
seeing a picture on the wall may not even register in the consious mind, but it may have been transferred to long term memory without any thought. When seeing the picture later, it may be reconized. (UIC)
Things that take no effort and are remembered via experiance
3 three encoded messages specific attention
Studying for a test.
power point site http://learning.hccs.edu/faculty/mark.oliver/lectures-for-intro-to-psychology/lecture-for-chapter-seven