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

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)
  • 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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