Psychology GCSE Memory

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

Clues

  • 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)
  • recalling information in the same mood, state of mind, or bodily state as when it was learnt (5, 9, 6)

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