Remembering and Forgetting

Remembering and Forgetting: Crash Course Psychology #14


Key Facts In This Video

  1. Implicit memory (like how to talk or ride a bike) is retention independent of conscious recollection. 01:21

  2. Some memories are state-dependent or mood-congruent, meaning if you've had a bad day you're more likely to recall bad memories. 03:33

  3. The serial positioning effect is the tendency to recall best the last and first items in a list. 04:04

  4. Memory is both a reconstruction and a reproduction of past events. 08:36

Written by Curiosity Staff February 5, 2015

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