Key Terms: Forgetting

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R E K E N V I R O N M E N T A L C U E U M
F L Y D C I C E I T S G A V Q S V X X M H
W J E V T S U E F M R T E H A J V G S W S
M S R J C P E C L W A N H Y K P X Q E N V
L D E T V C X A K M K K L E I L F S O J K
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E C E N Y M F L N H K O L E N C A D K S E
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  • A permenant change in neural tissue in the brain that represents what has been learnt (6)
  • Any task that interferes with rehearsal in STM. EG: counting back in 3's from 300 (10, 4)
  • Anything that acts as an acid to retrieval from memory (3)
  • Pushed below conscious awareness (9)
  • Something in the surroundings that helps you to remember (13, 3)
  • The change in neural tissue in the brain as a result of a stimulus (5)
  • Where time is needed dor learning to become firmly recorded (13)

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