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A C S H O R T T E R M S T O R E I X R L U
P H O N E T I C P R O C E S S I N G U P E
D X L E V E L S O F P R O C E S S I N G R
N T Y L V D L I O M F Q Y U G O D W H S F
M Q W S P F V D T L O R A I J C S W X R Y
Y Q F J R E C E N C Y E F F E C T X G L F
R E C O N S T R U C T I V E M E M O R Y L
L T S Y I W F O A O A B J R H N L M S Q T
B C B V K M B S E N S O R Y S T O R E K T
P R I M A C Y E F F E C T Q U B O V V K C
L O E Q E T H G V Q Y I V S Y T K U H M N
H C Y K L G R D O Y T D M V M R D S K I H
X T F V R V Y Y Q W M R J U R Q V A R S G
L R L O N G T E R M S T O R E B E L W I W
I S J L O C F H B M Q A Q M T P F K Y W X
T L L D K R W Y Y X M O N B W A N L Y S S
G S E M A N T I C P R O C E S S I N G P U
C I N T E R F E R E N C E J O M G A N N Y
E Q E R X U W K M H M N I P N X V A W C L
V T W V W H B F K E N O Q M G J K T W N R
U B A Y G W M K B J Q C K C J F F F D E E

Clues

  • Altering our recollection of things so that they make more sense to us (14, 6)
  • Has an unlimited capacity (4, 4, 5)
  • Holds 7 chunks of information (5, 4, 5)
  • Holds information for a short period of time (7, 5)
  • Information received later is recalled better than information recalled earlier (7, 6)
  • The depth at which information is thought about when trying to learn it (6, 2, 10)
  • The first information received is recalled better than subsequent information (7, 6)
  • Things that we have learnt that make it difficult to recall other information that we have learnt (12)
  • Thinking about the meaning of words to be learnt (8, 10)
  • Thinking about the sound of words to be learnt (8, 10)

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