CH. 6 PSYCHOLOGY MEMORY

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CH. 6 PSYCHOLOGY MEMORY
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2010-03-11 13:46:57
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CH 6 VMEMORY VOCABULARY IN PSYCHOLOGY PATHWAYS TO PSYCHOLOGY
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VOCABULARY FROM CHAPTER 6 IN PATHWAYS TO PSYCHOLOGY
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  1. MEMORY
    THE PROCESS BY WHICH PAST EXPERIENCE AND LEARNING CAN BE USED IN THE PRESENT
  2. AMNESIA
    THE LOST OF PARTIAL OR TOTAL EXPLICIT MEMORY
  3. ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA
    THE DIFFICULTY IN PURPOSEFULLY FORMING NEW MEMORIES AFTER AN INJURY TO MEMORY FUNCTION WITHOUT ANY EFFECT ON THE ABILITY TO RETRIEVE MEMORIES STORED PRIOR TO THE INJURY; ONE MEANING OF ANTERO- IS "BEFORE"; PEOPLE WITH ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA FORGET NEW INFORMATION BEFORE THEY EVEN HAVE A CHANCE TO STORE
  4. RETROGRADE AMNESIA
    A MEMORY LOSS THAT AFFECTS THE PURPOSEFUL RETRIEVEL

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