AP TEST MAY 7th
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*better connections needed with brain; read Gazzaniga and reformat hw; need more technological projects
**ALSO - when teaching explicit or implicit - have students DEFEND WHICH THEY COULD NOT LIVE WITHOUT
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Date
Essential Q (Understand)
VOCAB (Know)
Activities (DO)

MEMORY, COGNITION, LANGUAGE UNIT 8-10% of exam
HW sheet-


2/20
PART I
Loftus car crash replicated results

Talk about Route 30 vs Herr/Cottage Ave.
Loftus' study with car crash
Thanks Charlie Blair Broeker!

FIRST GROUP

SECOND GROUP
The p-value is .048724

  • Find the p-value of data using t-test (2 independent means compared)
PART II
Memory HACKERS
PBS

NOVA GOOGLE DOC
Elizabeth Loftus


Episodic memory
Procedural memory
False Memory
Source memory


Mirror tracing activity #3177
First day: Film up to 19:18
Second day: Finish film,

Absent day 1
2/21
Finish "Memory Hackers" - minute 35-45

Go over theories of memory-
the Atkinson Shiffron Model
& Draw on desks
Atkinson/Shiffron model
Sensory Memory
STM - short term
LTM - long term
click below for VIDEO
CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO EXPLANATION OF ATKINSON SHIFFRON
LongTermMemories.png
click on this image for larger view
2/22
PART I
Start with Kahoot as review

After introducing the Atkinson/Shiffron model, talk aboutfleeting, temporary holding tank of STM
Information processing3-stage or Atkinson/Shiffron model
Sensory Memory
STM - short term
LTM - long term

Baddley's Working memory model(incl. phonological loop, visual, executive)
Notes
Absent? FILL THIS OUT


PART IV
Songs to remember!
CELEBRITY FACES
Listen to songs
2/23
SONGS TO REMEMBER FRQ
Research Methods
EXPLICIT
Episodic memory
Semantic memory
FRQ response
Absent? FRQ

Clive WearingPart 1 Part b
Absent? Clive
2/26
Which memory WOULD YOU RATHER be without:
explicit or implicit. Explain with an example of
what your willing to give up or what your not willing to give up.

Do we need memory to survive?
Declarative/EXPLICIT memory
Procedural/IMPLICIT memory


Retrograde amnesiaAnterograde amnesia
Finish: Recent Clive




Kahoot on interference
Retrograde amnesia
Anterograde amnesia
EXPLICIT
Episodic memory
Semantic memory
IMPLICIT
Procedural memory
Classical Cond.
Continue memory loss packet
Answer to "retro/antero/pro" Qs

Practice writing charts
2/27
Penny.jpg

Apple icon

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Hermann Ebbinghaus----> learning curve
----> forgetting curve (storage decay)

attention/encoding
Types of encoding
*acoustic
*visual
*semantic

*Encoding failure
Practice chart from yesterday
PracticeChart.gif

A) SERIAL POSITION EFFECT
What is the serial position effect? Primacy? Recency?
Draw bar graph

B) What are three types of sensory memories?
C) How do we encode into long term memory?
D) What can we conclude from the learning curve?

Also did "alphabet" experiment to demo LEARNING CURVE -
2/28
Finish learning curve
student example
IMG_0337.JPG
Spacing effect
Prototype
Algorithm
Heuristic
Insight!
Availability heuristic
Representativeness heuristic
ABSENT? FILL THIS IN

Next year: Can use Akinator for prototype

2) QUICK DRAW - how does this relate to the term prototype? Thanks Rob McEntarffer for the website!


3) THE LESSON HAIKU - copy of class slides
--------------------------------------original video links
a) Algorithm on "Big Bang"


b) Cognitive Bias Song Mr. Wray


c) Availability heuristic with Hans Rosling and SWINE FLU!!
Youtube version
3/1
Finish cognition
Anchoring
Framing
Mental Set
Fixation
Confirmation bias
--------------------------
Finish heuristics
More examples of Availability bias; representativeness bias Daniel Kahneman

Will finish this paper the following day...

3/2
Finish cognition
Notes, practice
Belief bias
Belief perseverance
Overconfidence
Functional fixedness

Elizabeth Loftus


ABSENT?

Part I - finish notes &
PRACTICE QUIZ

Part II
Is memory malleable of should it
be treated like a CRIME SCENE?
Movie
Picking Cotton
Cotton story Part I Part II

Eyewitness test Gary Wells, Iowa State
Rooftop bomber
Line-up
3/5
Yesterday was National Grammar Day!
MorphemePhoneme
Semantics
Grammar
Syntax

Next, we examined the case of Genie,
the wild child

Recent info on Genie
3/6
More language
ARE WE BORN WITH LANGUAGE?
Or is it strictly learned by environmental influences?
critical period
Noam Chomsky
Holographic speech
Telegraphic
More video
Genie: TLC OR TLC


Language Cognition Memory
Kahoot
https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/20c0f6f3-4db3-4fad-a23b-fb0096faa11e
3/8
Review QUIZLET live
PRIMING
Draw charts OR take practice tests



More proof for INNATE languange

-------------never got to it
Misinformation: Bunny effect
Primacy
Recency
DEMO












WORK ON SLIDES:
MAKE A COPY AND SHARE WITH MS. VITA
Come up with ONE example for EACH slide. HOW does it HINDER or ENHANCE your decision-making?
Be sure to explain whether you are applying the term to
COLLEGE DECISION
PARENTING DECISION
BUYING A CAR OR OTHER GIFT
DATING DECISION
etc.

If you have extra time, you may click on the links below or practice the handout ANSWERS
Options
Decision Making Simulations
Heuristic

Alzheimer FRQ STORIFY
Music and Memory Volunteer
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After seeing the film clip, patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD),
could not recall as many
DECLARATIVE MEMORIES as the
healthy patients, but they still
felt emotions. Sadness was sustained
for 30 minutes after the film clip.
Negative correlation between
declarative memories and
sadness (r = .37) and p value of p < .05
PARO
Paro II

Alive Inside clips:
Trailer
Henry

Replicate University of Iowa Study

Sad film clip example: Beginning of UP min 13:40
Happy film clip example:
America's funniest home videos
30 second or so

ANSWER THIS FORM AFTER WATCHING CLIPS


Serial Position effect


REVIEW
Mr. Portenga QUIZ #1-49

Practice questions
AND begin posters

2011 2012 2013 2014
RHYMES influence encoding (acoustic)
Need more review
Use CRASH COURSE VIDEOS

Memory

Cognition


40questions on cognition memory










Recall
Recognition
Celebrity slideshow






---------Priming exp, if time
Priming 1 - look at words, then as each is covered with dots...press the space bar to stop and write word. It should take longer to recognize words you did not see in first part of test

Priming 2 - "Z" for REAL WORDS: "M" for random letter strings...again, it will be typically faster to react to strings previously viewed





Storify



When done with project
MEMORY REVIEW: Great simulations incl. Encoding specificity

CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTS FROM OPL - online psychology use Penn Manor 3177
association memory

object location

word - left right brain



Alt:
http://www.radiolab.org/story/91569-memory-and-forgetting/
Chapter 15 Musicophilia

Begin to look at the question of animals and language capabilities*Koko Koko speaks