PSY 201 - Week 3 - DQs

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DQ 1Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply:Review the Information Processing Model tutorial located at the following link: http://media.pearsoncmg.com/pcp/pcp_94178_psych_axia/livepsych/interface/index.htm?atitle=Information-Processing%20Model%20of%20Memory&id1=23_1.Explain the three stages of memory. How might understanding how our memory works help us learn?Our memory is divided into three types. They are :-Immediate memory Short-term memory Long-term memory. Immediate memory is memorized for only 5 to 10 seconds, for example suppose that two people trying to convey each other some message while standing on either side of the river but cannot since their voices are not audible enough. Since the person had only bits and pieces of the entire conversation he/she would discard the message entirely. Short-term memory, on the other hand, can memorize things for like 15-20 seconds. Long term memory as the name suggests helps us to remember things for a longer duration. With this we can do our daily tasks and remember passwords and stuff like that.Memory can assist a person learn and understand things clearly. Games such

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