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Psychology: Memory

These websites are about the psychology of memory. There is information on short term and long term memory, memory loss, encoding and retrieval of information, and tricks for improving memory. There are current research papers, interactive games and activities, and a lesson plan on the brain in relation to memory.


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This 14-page PDF chapter provides an overview of the concepts and techniques widely used in the psychology of memory.
This article talks about memory, specifically encoding and memory, storage and memory, retrieval and memory, criticisms of memory experiments, and links to further information about memory.
Explore memory - how information makes its way into human memory, why remember and what we remember, and forgetting. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This article explains how human memory works; sections include: memory encoding, short and long term memory, memory retrieval, effects of aging on memory, and more. NOTE: This site includes ads. NOTE: This site includes a discussion board (forum, message board, etc.).
Learn about memory: what it is, what can do wrong with memory, brain injuries affect memory, signs of a memory problem, and what will the doctor do.
Learn about how memory works; including short-term memory and long-term memory.
Learn about memory and how it works and test your short term memory.
Test your memory with memory solitaire and learn some tricks to get better at memorizing things.
In this activity, students make a model of the human brain and use it to map the brain structures that govern different functions and behaviors.
Try the experiments and games on this site to test your memory and learn some memory tricks and techniques.

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