Psychology GCSE Memory

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

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)
  • Bringing information back out of storage. (9)
  • Bruce and Young 1998 (11, 5)
  • Can affect the accuracy of eyewitness testimony (7, 8)
  • Divers experiment 1972 (6, 10)
  • Part of the brain that is vital for recording new memories (11)

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