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The Three Stages of Memory

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Memory 0:10
    • Memory Is a Large Part of Who We Are
    • Definition of Memory
  • Three Stages of Memory 1:19
    • Three Stage Processing Model
    • Information Processing Model
  • Three Stage Processing Model of Memory 2:09
  • Sensory Memory 2:13
    • Iconic Memory
    • Echoic Memory
    • The Specific Auditory or Visual Information We Choose to Focus on Moves to Short-Term Memory
  • Short-Term Memory 6:57
    • Working Memory
    • You Can See It and Work On It
    • Auditory or Visual Information
    • Recalling a Memory From the Past
    • Capacity of Short-Term Memory
    • Duration of Short-Term Memory
    • Maintenance Rehearsal
  • Long-Term Memory 15:25
    • Everything in Your Memory
    • Information We Can Store
    • Stored Throughout the Brain in Synaptic Interconnections
    • Long Term Potentiation
  • Types of Long-Term Memories 21:56
    • Semantic Memories
    • Episodic Memories
    • Procedural Memories
    • Explicit Memories
    • Implicit Memories