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Memory Video

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Main -> Videos: Memory


Remembering and Forgetting (Discovering Psychology Series, 2001)

"This program looks at the complexity of memory: how images, ideas, language, physical actions, even sounds and smells are translated into codes that are represented in the memory and retrieved as needed."


The Mind Hidden and Divided (Discovering Psychology Series, 2001)

"Based on the pioneering research of Sigmund Freud, this program explores how the events and experiences that take place in the subconscious manifest themselves in our conscious lives. You'll learn about repression, the distinction between discovered and false memory syndrome, hypnosis, and split-brain cases."


Joshua Foer (courtesy of Jaclyn Spivey, via the STP Facebook Group, 8/1/13). This 20 minute talk would be great for Introductory Psychology, and definitely hooks the audience quickly!






Taryn Simon.  Beginning at 11:36, the speaker discusses false memories that led to the conviction of innocent men, and the role photographs played in creating those false memories.





David Myers' study tips



Stephen Chew's study tips

Think-Pair-Share Activities for Videos on How to Study (courtesy of Stephen Chew, 9/3/12). Download PDF here.

Exam Wrapper for Videos on How to Study (courtesy of Stephen Chew, 4/16/13). Download Word document here.


Part 1. Beliefs that make you fail... or succeed.


Part 2: What students should know about how people learn.


Part 3: Cognitive principles for optimizing learning.

Think-Pair-Share, Matching Items for Video 3 (Courtesy of Ruth Frickle, 10/3) Download PDF here.



Part 4: Putting principles for learning into practice.



Part 5: Blew the exam, now what?




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