Cognitive Psychology.

Please complete the following:

  • Working Memory
    • Describe working memory.
    • Based on research in cognitive psychology, discuss how much information you can hold in working memory at one time.
  • Semantic, Episodic, and Procedural Memory
    • Describe semantic, episodic, and procedural memories.
    • Provide real-world examples of each to illustrate.
  • Flash-Bulb Memory
    • Describe a flash-bulb memory.
    • Based on research in cognitive psychology, discuss whether flashbulb memories are any more accurate than other types of memory.
  • Title page: Provide your name, title of assignment, course and section number, and date.
  • Body: Answer all the questions in complete sentences and paragraphs.
    • The assignment must be written in Standard English and demonstrate superior organization, including a highly developed viewpoint and purpose that is clearly established and sustained. The communication of your thoughts must be highly ordered, logical, and unified, displaying exceptional content, organization, style, and mechanics (including the use of correct grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure).
    • Your responses should reflect professional writing standards, using proper tone and language. The writing and writing style should be correct and accurate, and reflect knowledge of cognitive psychology.
  • Reference page: Sources listed in APA format.
    • Include a minimum of two sources to support your responses and conclusions. One should be your text and the other should be a peer reviewed journal article from the Purdue Global Library.
  • Use Arial or Times New Roman 12-point font, double-spaced and left aligned.
  • Use standard 1″ margins on all sides.
  • Use APA formatting and citation style.

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textbook:  Cognition

Thomas A. Farmer; Margaret W. Matlin