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  1. Blocking search for info we know, but can't retrieve Tip of the Tongue phenomenon

  2. Identify the words • Metal or metal-tipped spear used in contests of distance throwing • Yarn-dyed cotton fabric woven in stripes, checks, plaids, or solid colors • Mild or hot, red condiment often used on deviled eggs • Inscription on a tomb • Incombustible, chemical-resistant, material used for fireproofing

  3. Identify the words • Navigational instrument used for measuring the angular elevation of the sun or a star above the horizon • Tough, elastic tissue forming part of the skeleton • Heavy, broad-bladed knife or hatchet used especially by butchers • Essential living matter of all plant and animal cells • Crystalline sugar occurring naturally in fruits, honey, etc.

  4. Methods for unblocking • Identify first letter • Number of syllables • Words that sound similar • Role of “ugly sisters” debate

  5. Repression of Memory • Does enhancing some memories weaken other memories? • Blocked abuse memory

  6. Photos from last weeks exercise

  7. Misattribution Memory attributed to the wrong source

  8. Oklahoma City Bombing Suspects

  9. Memory binding – putting together pieces of an experience into a whole Memory conjunction error – combining features of 2 different words or faces

  10. Thread • Pin • Eye • Sewing • Sharp • Point • Prick • Thimble • Haystack • Thorn • Hurt • Injection • Syringe • Cloth • knitting • Bed • Rest • Awake • Tired • Dream • Wake • Snooze • Blanket • Doze • Slumber • Snore • Nap • Peace • Yawn • Drowsy

  11. Which words read aloud? • Sewing • Door • Needle • Sleep • Candy • Awake

  12. Distinctiveness Heuristic When we expect our memory to contain rich and detailed information

  13. Cryptomnesia • Unintentional plagarism • Related to priming