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

Clues

  • Altering our recollection of things so that they make more sense to us (14, 6)
  • Has an unlimited capacity (4, 4, 5)
  • Holds information for a short period of time (7, 5)
  • Information received later is recalled better than information recalled earlier (7, 6)
  • Recoving information from storage (9)
  • 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)
  • The idea that information passes through a series of memory stores (5, 5)
  • 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)

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