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Looking Out, Looking In, 14th Edition - Free eBook Share

Looking Out, Looking In, 14th Edition - Free eBook Share | Psychology with CA | Scoop.it
eBook Free Download: Looking Out, Looking In, 14th Edition | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 0840028172 | 2013-01-01 | English | PutLocker

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Where is the accurate memory? The eyes have it

Where is the accurate memory? The eyes have it | Psychology with CA | Scoop.it

Is there a way to get a more accurate reading of memory? A new study says yes. “Eye movements are drawn quickly to remembered objects,”


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Implict Memory Test (dot clearing)

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After reading a set of words, your memory for the words will be tested through a simple, implicit memory task. Unlike other, explicit memory assessments, you will not be asked whether you remember any of the words. Instead, your ability to quickly identify the words while they are being revealed behind a cloud of dots serves as a measure of memory. Test like these have been used in different studies as a way to assess memory without making participants aware of the nature of the test.


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Memory strengthened by stimulating key site in brain

Memory strengthened by stimulating key site in brain | Psychology with CA | Scoop.it
Ever gone to the movies and forgotten where you parked the car? New research may one day help you improve your memory.

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Memory is well needed in everyday life and improving memory would be well accepted

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