The process of grouping information together using our knowledge.
Describes stimulus-stimulus associative learning.
The pact of putting information into memory.
Occurs when the response to a stimulus decreases with exposure.
Occurs when we acquire information without intent that we cannot easily express.
A type of long-term memory that does not require conscious thought to encode. It’s the type of memory one makes without intent.
Any type of learning that happens without the intention to learn.
Any type of learning that happens when motivated by intention.
Describes the knowledge and skills people have in monitoring and controlling their own learning and memory.
Occurs when a single repeated exposure leads to a change in behavior.
Describes stimulus-response associative learning.
Occurs when aspects of our perception changes as a function of experience.
Occurs when the response to a stimulus increases with exposure
A principle that states that memory performance is superior when a test taps the same cognitive processes as the original encoding activity.
The form of memory we use to hold onto information temporarily, usually for the purposes of manipulation.