Psychology GCSE Memory

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

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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