Psych Mod 23

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The process of getting information into the memory system. Encoding:
The retention of encoded information in memory over time. Storage:
The process of getting information out of memory stage. Retrieval
German philosopher who conducted pioneering memory studies. Hermann Ebbinghaus
Long-term memories that are especially resistant to forgetting and that are likely to last a lifetime. Permastore memory
When an older memory disrupts the recall or a newer memory. Proactive interference
When a more recent memory disrupts the recall of an older memory. Retroactive interference
In Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic theory, the process of moving anxiety producing memories to the unconscious mind. Repression
Founder of psychoanalysis, a controversial theory about the workings of the unconscious mind. Sigmund Freud
Psychologist at the University of California, Irvine, whose research established the constructed nature of memory. Elizabeth Loftus
Incorporating misleading information into memory of an event. Misinformation effect

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