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

Clues

  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Thinking about the sound of words to be learnt (8, 10)

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