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

Clues

  • Atkinson and Shiffrin came up with this model of memory (5, 5, 5)
  • Baddeley and Hitch introduced this model of memory (7, 5)
  • How you keep information in the short term memory according to the multi store model (11, 9)
  • Its function is to direct attention to tasks and allocate them to slave systems (7, 9)
  • The effect that demonstrates arousal having a negative effect on performance (6, 6)
  • The principle that states the same cues must be present at recall as were present at encoding for best recall (11)
  • The term for forgetting information due to internal factors (5, 9)
  • These individuals conducted a study with a greasy pen and a bloody knife (5, 3, 7)
  • This type of interference means the recall of old information is affected by new (11)
  • This type of long term memory is knowing how to do things (10)

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