Multi-store Model of Memory + key studies

HideShow resource information

1. The Multi-store Model of Memory has been criticised of over-simplification, what model builds on the Multi-store Memory Model to make it more detailed?

  • The Levels of Processing (Craik & Lockheart 1972)
  • The Working Memory Model (Baddeley & Hitch 1974)
  • The Memory Cloud Model (Miller 1969)
1 of 20

Other questions in this quiz

2. The sensory register is modality specific - what does this mean?

  • information is stored forever
  • information is remembered vividly
  • information is held in the same sense it is registered
  • information is immediately lost if not used straight away

3. Why does the primary/recency effect happen?

  • Because information at the beginning of the list has been transferred into the LTM due to rehearsal (primary) and information at the end of the list is still fresh in the STM (recency)
  • Because information at the beginning of the list is being refreshed by rehearsal and chunking (primary) and information at the end of the list is still fresh in the STM (recency)
  • Because there is enough capacity in the STM to remember the beginning words and the end words - we lose concentration in the middle of the list

4. This model had two _____ stores

  • seperate
  • huge
  • similar
  • conjoined

5. Who produced the Multi-store model of memory?

  • Peterson & Peterson (1959)
  • Miller (1956)
  • Atkinson & Shiffrin (1968)
  • Baddeley (1966)

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Psychology resources:

See all Psychology resources »See all Memory resources »