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Miller - 1956
7 +- 2 items stored in the STM (capacity)
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Baddeley and Hitch - 1974
Phonological loop - phonological store and articulatory control process
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Bahrick - 1975
High school year book study - duration of LTM can last a lifetime
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Clive Wearing
Supports distinction between STM and LTM
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Atkinson and Shiffrin - 1968
Multi-store model with sensory store, STM and LTM
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Glanzer and Cunitz - 1966
Primary and recency effect - supports MSM
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Loftus - 1978
Weapon focus - role of anxiety in EWT
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Loftus and Palmer - 1974
Misleading questions, critical verb - EWT
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Ceci and Bruck - 1993
Children lack schemas so difficult to encode even accurately but may improve memory as nothing extra is added - Age of witness EWT
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Brewer and Treyens - 1981
Objects fitting offic schema remembered and substitutions but skull also remembered as didn't fit into scheme - role os schemas in EWT
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Geisalman - 1986/88
Cognitive interview - resulted int more information remembered than standard interview
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Godden and Baddeley - 1975
Memory strategies - context dependant retrieval - study with divers: memory better when learning and recall occur in same context
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Bower - 1969
Memory strategies - Organisation - study showed random words harder to recall (19%) than meaningful words
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