1. The Articulatory Loop….
- Converts auditory information into visual information
- Allows words that are heard or seen to be stored through repeating them outloud
- Allows words that are heard or seen to be stored through rehearsal (silently repeating them)
- Temporarily stores words that are heard or seen until the mind is taken off the subject
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2. The WMM explains how it is possible to...
- Hear things
- Prevent decaying memories
- Do 2 tasks at once
- See things in your mind
3. The Visuo-spatial Sketchpad….
- Draws images in your head
- Flashes images in your mind for you to remember them
- Sets up mental images for planning spatial tasks, stores visual and spatial information, and organises information visually
- Sets up audio information to be repeated silently for more permanent storage
4. Which of these are evaluation points of research into the memory?
- They don't take into account age differences
- They are unambiguous and gender bias
- They are unrealistic & doesn't take into account individual differences
- The are unethical and we cannot be sure of cause and effect
5. What are the 3 permanent structures of the MSM?
- Sensory Memory, Short term memory & Long term memory
- Long term memory, Phonological loop & Sensory store
- Central executive, Visuospatial sketch pad & Phonological store
- Long term memory, Short term memory, and Central executive