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Measuring Memory and Remembering

Measuring Memory and Remembering

Author: Barbara Ludins

This lesson will define, explain and analyze the role of recall, serial position effect, recognition memory, and relearning in remembering.

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Terms to Know

Direct retrieval of information, where a person reproduces information learned.


Being able to recognize information that was previously stored to retrieve information.


Retrieval of memory where a person attempts to learn information that they have previously learned.

Serial Position Effect

When recalling a list of information, a person usually remembers the first and last items best.