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PETERSON & PETERSON 1959
Duration of STM. Aim was to investigate how long STM lasts when rehearsal is prevented.
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BADDELY 1975
Capacity of STM. Aim was to investigate whether people can remember and recall more long words than short ones.
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BAHRICK ET AL 1975
The high school year book study to investigate the duration of very long term memory.
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ROBBINS 1998
Research into the working memory model. To investigate the possibility of multiple processing tasks within STM.
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LOFTUS & PALMER 1974
the effects of a leading question on the accuracy of speed estimates.
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LOFTUS 1975
The Barn Study. The effect of misleading information on EWT.
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LOFTUS 1979
To challenge the hypothesis than anxiety enhances recall.
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YUILLE & CUTSHALL 1986
To investigate the accuracy of EWT in relation to a real life event.
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FLIN ET AL 1992
To investigate the accuracy and details recalled from a witnessed event by adults and children
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GIESELMAN ET AL
To compare the effectiveness of cognitive interviews with standard police interviews.
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BOWER 1972
The role of imagery as a strategy of improving memory.
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GRONINGER 1971
The method of Loci as a strategy of improving memory.
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BOWER 1969
Hierarchical organisation as a strategy of improving memory.
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