You probably have noticed in your educational career that some people are very good at remembering facts and therefore do well at tests that require memorization.Other students on the other hand struggle with tests that require memorization. To understand how memory works this exercise will ask you to trace the memory system from the stimuli to long-term memory.
Use your textbook and research fromthe Internet to learn the process of memory from beginning to end.Your description should include the following:
Submit this in a paper of 23 pages.You can use illustrations to demonstrate the process. Be sure to document your references using APA format.
Please use the following guidelines for formatting your assignment:
For assistance with your assignment please use your text Web resources and all course materials.Please refer to the following multimedia course material(s):
Assignment Tips: This assignment requires you to distinguish between two memory models. The one you need to discuss for this assignment is the Atkinsonand Shiffrin model known as the boxes in the head model containing sensory memory short-term memory and long-term memory. A copy of their seminal work on the model can be found atthis site. This chapter is referenced as follows:
Atkinson R. C. &Shiffrin R. M. (1968). Human memory: A proposed system and its control processes. In K.W. Spence & J.T. Spence (Eds.)The psychology of learning and motivation (vol. 2; pp. 89195). New York NY: Academic Press.
The most common cause of lost points in this assignment other than using the wrong memory model is leaving parts of the assignment off so double-check your paper against the above bulleted requirements and the grading rubric criteria below.
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