Encoding in STM

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Encoding in STM
Baddeley
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Investigating whether encoding in STM is acoustic or semantic
found group A had a 55% accuracy group BCD had 75% accuracy
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PPTS divided into 4 groups
each heard different list of 5 words then recall immediatly afterwards
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Group A accoustically similar words
Group B accoustically disimilar, Group C sematically similar, Group D semantically disimilar
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Baddeley found that....
Encoding in STM is primarily accoustic shown by Group A achieving significantly lower % of recall
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Also concluded that....
some semantic encoding in STM
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However Baddeley cannot ignore that...
some encoding is visual (facial recognition)
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Evaluation :
acoustic encoding may be the prefered way in STM but BRANDIMONTE has found that visual coding can be used
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found group A had a 55% accuracy group BCD had 75% accuracy

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Investigating whether encoding in STM is acoustic or semantic

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each heard different list of 5 words then recall immediatly afterwards

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Group B accoustically disimilar, Group C sematically similar, Group D semantically disimilar

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Encoding in STM is primarily accoustic shown by Group A achieving significantly lower % of recall

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