... event, recalling unrelated facts regarding a crime scene, such as the weather and any passers-by, so that they may more accurately experience and recall memories specific to a particular crime.
Along with further suggestions, this was termed ...www.psychologistworld.com/memory/leading-questions-eyewitness-testimony
... Anna O recalled an old memory of witnessing a dog drink from her glass. Freud believed that her revulsion at the thought of having to drink from the glass led to the memory being repressed, but later manifested as a fear of drinking water, which ...www.psychologistworld.com/freud/defense-mechanisms
... use to recall your dreams
Find remembering every dream you experience difficult? Recall only a few poignant dreams that trouble you? Discover the techniques you can use to recall more of your dreams, and gain a deeper ...www.psychologistworld.com/dreams/interpretation/
... they can recall confirm that information is perceived without any conscious awareness.
Similarly, studies of patients with neurological damage show that patients who claim e.g. not to be able to see certain stimuli nevertheless respond on the ...www.psychologistworld.com/influence-personality/subliminal-advertising
... that recall was improved by 35% among participants who chewed gum, most significantly in delayed word recall tests; perhaps indicating possible benefits for students revising for, and taking exams, chewing gum.
In a more recent experiment, ...www.psychologistworld.com/memory/chewing-gum
... to recall information is dependent not upon which store it is in, but to what extent we have "processed" or "rehearsed" a piece of information.
An example of different levels of processing would be when trying to ...www.psychologistworld.com/memory/craik-lockhart
... asked to recall certain words by being shown one of three questions, each testing a different level of processing, similar to:
Was the word in capital letters or lower case? (Tests structural processing SHALLOW PROCESSING)
Does the word ...www.psychologistworld.com/memory/levels-processing
... able to recall unprecedented details about the events.
Brown & Kulik (1977) described such memories as flashbulb memories, and coined the expression "Now Print!" as the process by which such memories seem to be effortlessly ...www.psychologistworld.com/memory/flashbulb
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