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Free for All Memory Crossword

Kris Rogers & Jamey Mulloy

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2.knowledge about how to do things, such as riding a bike or swinging a golf club (2 Words)
4.conscious, willful remembering (2 Words)
6.a strategic process that helps to maintain short-term memories indefinetly through the use of internal repetition
9.rich memory records of the circumstances surrounding emotionally significant an surprising events (2 Words)
10.spacing the repetitions of to-be-remebered information over time (2 Words)
11.the processes used to construct and internal visual image (2 Words)
13.special mental tricks that help people think about material in ways that improve later memory. Most ______ require the use of visual imagery. (2 Words)
15.the system used to maintain information for extended periods of time (2 Words)
17.remembering that occurs in the absence of conscious awareness or willful intent (2 Words)
18.the processes that determine and control how memories are formed
20.a mnemonic device in which you form visual images connecting to-be-remebered items with retrieval cues, or pegs (2 Words)
21.a process in which the formation of new memories hurts the recovery of old memories (2 Words)
23.a limited-capacity system that we use to hold information after it has been analyzed for periods lasting less than a minute or two (2 Words)
25.the batter memory of items near the end of a memorized list (2 Words)
29.memory loss for events that happen after the point of physical injury (2 Words)
30.the system that produces and stores auditory sensory memories (2 Words)
31.the capacity to preserve and recover information
32.refers to how unique or different a memory record is from other things in memory. Distinctive memory records tend to be recalled well.
33.an organized knowledge structure in long-term memory
34.a testing condition in which a person is asked to remeber information without explicit retrieval cues (2 Words)
35.the loss of accessibility to previously stored material
36.the better memory of items near the beginning of a memorized list (2 Words)
37.a mnemonic device in which you choose some pathway, such as moving through the rooms in your house, then form visual images of the to-be-remebered items sitting in locations along pathways (3 Words)
38.knowledge about the world, stored as facts that make little or no reference to one's personal experiences (2 Words)
1.the idea the likelihood of correct retrieval is increased if a person uses the same kind of mental processes during testing that he or she used during encoding (2 Words)
3.an encoding proces that involves the formation of connections between to-be- remembered input and other information in memory
5.a process in which old memories interfere with the establishment and recovery of new memories (2 Words)
7.a short-term memory strategy that involves rearranging incoming information into meaningful or familiar patterns
8.a testing condition inwhich people are given an explicit retrieval cue to help them remeber (2 Words)
12.forgetting that is cuased be physical problems in the brain, such as those induced by injury or disease
14.the proposal that memories are forgotten or lost spontaneously with the passage of time
16.a memory for a particular event, or episode, that happened to personally, such as remebering what you ate for breakfast this morning or where you wnet on vaction last year (2 Words)
19.an exact replica of an environmental message, which usually lasts for a second or less (2 Words)
22.memory loss for events that happened prior to the point of brain injury (2 Words)
24.a defense mechanism that individuals use, unknowingly, to push threatening thoughts, memories, and feelings out of conscious awareness
26.the processes that determine and control how memories are formed
27.the processes that determine and control how memories are recovered and translated into performance
28.the system that produces and stores visual sensory memories (2 Words)

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