memory key terms

a model of memory that considers both STM and LTM
multi store model
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a type of LTM that focuses on motor skills
procedural
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a type of LTM that focuses on general knowledge
semantic
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a type of LTM that focuses on life events
episodic
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the name of the model of memory developed by Baddeley
working memory model
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the name of the case study that support the WMM
KF - suffered brain damage from motorbike accident that damaged his STM. Impairment mainly to verbal info- visual info largely unaffected
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a type of interference whereby old info affects learning new info
retroactive
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a type of interference whereby new info affects learning old info
retrospective
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a type of retrieval failure whereby the external environment changes between coding and recall
context dependent forgetting
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a type of retrieval failure whereby the internal environment changes between coding and recall
state dependent forgetting
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the name of the first store in the MSM
sensory register
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a theory that argues performance will be improved by moderate anxiety
inverted U hypothesis
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part of the WMM that deals with verbal information
phonological loops
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part of the WMM that deals with visual information
visuospatial sketchpad
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part of the WMM that was added later
episodic buffer
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part of the WMM that coordinates the rest of the slave systems
central executive
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what part of the brain as removed in the HM case
hypothalamus
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what method of improving EWT did we study?
cognitive interviews
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a question that implies the answer
leading question
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the name of the case study that support the MSM
HM
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procedural

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a type of LTM that focuses on motor skills

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semantic

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episodic

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working memory model

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