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Baddeley (1975)
Memory span increases when there are less syllables in each word
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Ellis (1980)
Participants learning digits in welsh, shorter memory span as the time taken to say them is longer
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Baddeley (1666)
Memory reduced when words are phonologically similar, more so than when semantically similar
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Kosslyn (1977)
Map task: Longer to respond when longer away, mentally span map in mind, in real time
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Shallice (80)
Two separate systems in the central executive. Semiautomatic and the SAS. SAS intervenes
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Miller and Wallis (2003)
Accomplished cook, lost ability to do so
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Shallice (1998)
utilisation behaviour, lack of inhibition
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Gilboa (2010)
Patient ZP
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Hirst & Viope (1998)
Strategy use
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Patient CW
Confabulation
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Salthouse (1998)
AD defined by episodic memory loss
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Senderland (1998)
Clock drawing test
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Woods & McKirman (2005)
Reminiscence therapy
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Kahn (1975)
Self reported memory problems and depression
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Blaney (1986)
When asked to recall episodic they report unhappy memories
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Clark & Teaside (1982)
Paticipants with fluctuating moods, least likely to remember happy events at sad times of the day
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Matt (1992)
10% more sad than happy words
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Eric (1994)
Free recall improved if mood at encoding matched mood at retrieval
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Teaside (1988)
No difference in extent of sadness, just motivation/ability to repair mood
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Nolen (1991)
Ruminative response style
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Joorman (2010)
Slower at identifying positive words
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Marion Diamond
Exercise in rats caused larger cortices
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Harris (1980)
Reduced incontinence by painting doors very bright
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Lincon (1980)
Chart next to medicine helped avoid overdoses
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Patient CW
Formal interactions to avoid anxiety
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Cullen (1976)
Errors remembered
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Squires (1997)
Taught to use a notebook
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Baddeley & Wilson (1994)
Uses intact implicit memory which cannot distinguish between errors and correct without explicit memory
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Bjork (1978)
Spaced retrieval best
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Camp (1989)
Also found in patients with amnesia and TBI
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Wilson (1991)
143 patients with neuropage device for 7 weeks
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Kime (1996)
Learnt to use aid with errorless learning, ended up being able to work
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Larkowska (1987)
The wider the range of settings of the learning the greater the chance of generalisation.
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Baddeley (1970)
Impaired in long term or short term
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Howe (2003)
Mirror test, children around 2-3 pass this seems to be when they start making episodic memories
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Vengraha (1997)
Jon and Beth impaired episodic but fine semantic so they could do well at school
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Wheerler (1997)
Activates different brain areas
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Nyberg (2003)
Some overlap on MRI scans
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Tulving (2002)
Episodic grows out of semantic
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Squire (1998)
Semantic is a generalisation of episodic memories
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Craf (1984)
Priming words
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Brenda Milner
Patient HM, importance of hippocampus. Unsure on amygdala
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