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

Clues

  • Changing information so that it can be stored (8)
  • Has an unlimited capacity (4, 4, 5)
  • Holding information in the memory system (7)
  • Holds 7 chunks of information (5, 4, 5)
  • 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 sound of words to be learnt (8, 10)

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