Classic study Baddeley (1966b) Working memory model: The influence of acoustic and semantic similarity on long-term memory for word sequences.

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What was the aim of his study
To see if in the LTM acoustic similarity of words would lead to more memory impairment than would semantic similarity words. It was mainly to see whether the coding system was the same in both of the stores.
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What is interference?
Interference is something that stops or impairs the rehearsal or remembering of an item, event etc.
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How long would learning and recall have to be in the STM if a study wanted to investigate it?
30 seconds
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How long would learning and recall have to be in the LTM if a study wanted to investigate it?
Any longer than 30 seconds
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What does interference effect?
Both the LTM and STM
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