Human Memory: How It Works (or Doesn't) [S-12-32]
|SLU: Valentine 104
|1 Session 2.0 hours
|Fri 1:30 PM 03/30
Come explore how humans encode, store, and retrieve information. During this presentation you will be asked to do some simple memory tasks that illustrate major memory principles. We will also discuss ways to improve our memory.
Alan Searleman is a professor of psychology at SLU who is in his 34th year of college teaching. In addition to published articles, he has written a college textbook on human memory and has edited a book on memory improvement techniques. Alan continues to do memory research with students and colleagues in his SLU lab.
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