Memory

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  • Created by: sofiyyah
  • Created on: 13-02-20 21:21
What does the central executive do?
The central executive drives the whole working memory model system. It directs attention and allocates data to the 2 slave systems.
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What are the two components of the phonological loop?
The articulatory control process and the phonological store.
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Function of the articulatory control process?
Allows for sub-vocal repetition of acoustic information.
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Function of the phonological store?
The temporary storage that codes for acoustic information. It has a limited capacity.
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What are the two components of the visuo-spatial sketchpad?
The inner scribe and the visual cache.
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Function of the inner scribe?
The inner scribe deals with manipulating mental information.
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Function of the visual cache?
The visual cache codes for visual and spatial information. It has a limited capacity.
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What does the episodic buffer do?
The episodic buffer binds and integrates information from all components, and passes them to the LTM. It codes for both visual and acoustic information. It has a limited capacity.
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This resource is fairly straightforward, and doesn't include any waffling. This would be useful for students as the clarity makes it fairly easy to memorise.

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