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This podcast concentrates on Human Memory. It describes the relationship between memory encoding (taking information in) and memory retrieval (retrieving information), with a focus on how conditions at encoding can influence subsequent retrieval. It covers two classic experiments from the 1970s - Godden & Baddeley's studies of divers and recall on dry land and underwater, and Craik and Tulving's consideration of elaboration during encoding. At the core of the podcast is a description of the differences between recall and recognition, and presentation of a quick memory test. The podcast considers how these theories apply to student learning, and asks students to reflect on when they use recall and recognition in their work. It finishes by focussing on some current research being undertaken in memory impairment, using SenseCam, a memory rehabilitation device which provides powerful photographic cues which can support memory retrieval.

Memory encoding and retrieval University of Leeds

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This podcast concentrates on Human Memory. It describes the relationship between memory encoding (taking information in) and memory retrieval (retrieving information), with a focus on how conditions at encoding can influence subsequent retrieval. It covers two classic experiments from the 1970s - Godden & Baddeley's studies of divers and recall on dry land and underwater, and Craik and Tulving's consideration of elaboration during encoding. At the core of the podcast is a description of the differences between recall and recognition, and presentation of a quick memory test. The podcast considers how these theories apply to student learning, and asks students to reflect on when they use recall and recognition in their work. It finishes by focussing on some current research being undertaken in memory impairment, using SenseCam, a memory rehabilitation device which provides powerful photographic cues which can support memory retrieval.

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