Alternative to the multi-store model

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  • Alternative to the multi-store model
    • Working Memory Model - Active Pocessing
      • Phonological Loop
        • Auditary info - pitch + amp
        • Articulatory store - verbal material
      • Visuo-spatial Scratchpad
        • Visual + spatial info
      • Episodic Buffer
        • General store - info centeral execurive  + LTM
      • Central Executive
        • Limited capacity, store info briefly
          • Processes info any coding. Allocates processing info into other compents
    • Badderly et al (1973)
      • Dual Task Method
        • Visual track + verbal
          • Phonological loop
          • Visuo-spatial scratchpad
        • Visual tracking + imagery
        • 2 separate units STM
          • Model explains any results
            • Difficult to falsify
            • Dual Task Method
              • Visual track + verbal
                • Phonological loop
                • Visuo-spatial scratchpad
              • Visual tracking + imagery
              • 2 separate units STM
                • Model explains any results
                  • Difficult to falsify
    • Amnesia - KF
      • Impaired memory for verbal not visual info / meaningful sounds
        • Damaged phonological loop
      • Using dual task explains less multi-store method
        • Researchers agree - STM is not a unitary store by Multi-store
          • Model limited only consider STM
            • M.Model Components poorly defined
              • Weakness Central Executive - know least, important
    • Levels of Processing - Craik and Lockhart
      • Seporate memory stores abandoned
        • Primary Memory
          • Low Level Porcessing + Longer lasting mems
            • Deeper Processing
          • No rehearsal -  meaningfulness
    • Craik + Tulving
      • Nouns - analyse
        • 2. Sound
        • 1. Structue
          • Remembered less
        • 3. Sematic
          • Remembered more
      • Lower level processing -
        • Higher level processing
          • Semantic Processing
          • More memorable info
          • Recall no effort or rehearsal
        • physical + sensory features

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