Memory

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  • Created on: 15-12-12 19:09
Capacity
How much information can be stored
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Duration
How long the information can be stored for
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Encoding
The form information takes when it is put into memory (visual, acoustic, semantic)
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Misleading information
This relates to receiving information after an event, which may distort their recall (e.g misleading questions)
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The cognitive interview
A way of improving eyewitness testimonies by providing the witness with an increased amount of retrieval clues to remember the event
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Strategies for memory improvement
Techniques to help you remember things - these can be visual or verbal
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How long the information can be stored for

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Duration

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The form information takes when it is put into memory (visual, acoustic, semantic)

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Card 4

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This relates to receiving information after an event, which may distort their recall (e.g misleading questions)

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Card 5

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A way of improving eyewitness testimonies by providing the witness with an increased amount of retrieval clues to remember the event

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