Psychology GCSE Memory

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

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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