Psychology GCSE Memory

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R A G B O L S B J A P A W I S O F G X O B
L I N T X E B O S T N L W D S O D T I B S
O S I N B Y P H B E O W E E N R E K I C L
P E Y E Q R J H C U F A E N G E E L L W I
S N W M G H A B F P D E E T Y T P I K M G
O M S I H C X U S V C L G I T R P O F Q H
B A E R O B B W G R W E J F I O R N G E D
G E M E R E A J E R I A T Y R G O P V Q E
A D A P G O I U M R S D L I A R C M C W L
J A N X A X H H P J U I S N I A E H M I L
M R T E N G B L N E P N S G L D S F U E P
D G I S I M M S V P M G L F I E S U L P D
V O C R S A A V S M A Q D A M A I W W T O
P R S E A Q C J Y L C U S C A M N U G E C
C R T V T A M I B F O E N E F N G Y X V P
I E O I I C P R T X P S K S D E F I Y S S
C T R D O V J A A I P T X N S S N C T X Q
Y N A U N M I X S C I I D N G I S U Y Q V
X A G R W S F L A N H O M D F A B C T L Y
U Y E W I L N K J U J N T D U Y J I N S N
M G B A G Y N Q Q B T E S X N F J O Y H M

Clues

  • According to Bruce and Young, this is helpful when trying to identify faces. (11)
  • After a brain injury has occurred, new information is unable to be learnt (12, 7)
  • After a brain injury, a person has an inability to recall anything prior to the accident (10, 7)
  • Bower and Karlin 1974 (4, 10)
  • Bower et al (12)
  • Bruce and Young 1998 (11, 5)
  • Can affect the accuracy of eyewitness testimony (7, 8)
  • Divers experiment 1972 (6, 10)
  • Memory storage based on the meaning of information (8, 7)
  • Part of the brain that is vital for recording new memories (11)

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