Psychology GCSE Memory

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

Clues

  • According to Bruce and Young, this is helpful when trying to identify faces. (11)
  • 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)
  • Information entering the memory system. Information is put into a language that the brain can understand. (8)
  • 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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