Student Notetaking for Recall and Understanding: Some students from each condition were tested on both factual recall and conceptual understanding half an hour after the lecture, and others were given a similar assessment one week after the lecture, after being encouraged to review their notes in the intervening week.
Copyright terms and licence: Sensory Memories Sensory memories are the memories which are stored for tiny time periods and which originate from our sensory organs such as our eyes or our nose.
They are typically retained for less than milliseconds. Visual sensory memory is often known as iconic memory. Sensory visual memories are the raw information that the brain receives via the optic nerve from the eye.
We store and process sensory memories automatically — that is without any conscious effort to do so. The processing of this information is called preattentive processing e. It is a limited form of processing which does not attempt to make sense of the whole image received but rather to a small set of features of the image — such as colors, shapes, tilt, curvature, contrastetc.
Short-Term Memories Short-term memory is used to process sensory memories which are of interest to us — for whatever reason. The sensory memory is transferred to the short-term memory where it may be processed for up to a minute though if the memory is rehearsed — e.
Short-term memory is of limited capacity. This is where we group items to form larger items. So, for example, you can memorize a 12 digit phone number in short-term memory by taking digits in pairs 35 rather than singly 3 and 5 which gives you 6 chunks to remember which falls between 5 and 9 rather than 12 digits which exceeds the capacity of short-term memory.
Chunking can occur visually as well as through combination of numeric or alpha-numeric attributes. A common example of this would be in a bar chart where a single bar may represent a chunk of information.
This is useful to the visual designer because it allows a visual representation of information to be easily processed in short-term memory and for that representation to offer more complex insights than an initial examination of the capacity of short-term memory might allow.
Long-Term Memories In most instances the memories transferred to our short-term memories are quickly forgotten. This is, probably, a good thing. In order for most memories to transfer from short-term to long-term memory — conscious effort must be made to effect the transfer.
This is why students revise for examinations; the repeated application of information or rehearsing of information enables the transfer of the material they are studying to long-term memory. For example, we know that a static shock is painful even if we are only shocked once.
The meaningful connection between the pain and the shock allow us to process the memory long-term. In fact strong emotional or physical connections are often the easiest way for something to enter long-term memory.
The image above is of a Van de Graaf Generator which can be used to generate static electricity — you can then touch the generator and another person to give them a static shock.Memory consolidation is a category of processes that stabilize a memory trace after its initial acquisition.
Consolidation is distinguished into two specific processes, synaptic consolidation, which is synonymous with late-phase long-term potentiation and occurs within the first few hours after learning, and systems consolidation, where hippocampus-dependent memories become independent of the.
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The vast majority of interaction between the user and an information visualization will occur in sensory and short-term memory. The Take Away The key link between design (and in particular information visualization design) and human memory is that interaction takes place in sensory and short-term memory for most users.
I’ve been thinking about compiling a similar list for my own personal use. Thank you for putting this together! Learning to Adapt to Unknown Users: Referring Expression Generation in Spoken Dialogue Systems.
Short-term memory (STM) is the place where small amounts of information can be temporarily kept for more than a few seconds but usually for less than one minute. Working memory is the set of processes that we use to make sense of, modify, interpret, and store information in STM.