Remembering and Forgetting

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Baddeley (1966)
Investigated coding in short-term memory and long-term memory- three conditions: learn list of acoustically similar words, learn lists of sematically similar words and learn a list of unrelated words, recall words immediately or after 20 minutes
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Craik and Tulving (1975)
Investigate depth of processing by giving participants a number of tasks requiring different levels of processing and measuring recongition- 60 words process at one of three levels; deep, intermediate and shallow
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Hunt (1980)
Investigated evidence for a limited capacity central executive- participants performed psychomotor and intelligence task at same time
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Bower et al (1969)
Investigated semantic categorisation in long-term memory- 2 groups presented with same words to learn but words were presented differently- asked to recall as many words as possible
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Conway et al (1994)
Investigated flashbulb memory for the memorable event of Margaret Thatcher's Resignation- interviewed soon after resignation then again 11 months later
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Waugh and Norman (1965)
Investigated STM used a serial probe technique and support trace decay as a theory of forgetting- 16 digits presented at a rate of 1 to 4 per seconds. The last digit (probe) occurred once before in the list and the task: to recall digit followed it
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Keppel and Underwood (1962)
Investigated the effects of proactive interference on recall from memory- participants had to learn trigrams and count backwards for 3,9 or 18 seconds
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Yarnell and Lynch (1970)
Investigate memory loss due to concussion- american footballers who were concussed for a brief period of time during the game, after regained conscioussness they were asked about events occuring prior to injury, asked again 20 minutes later
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Godden and Baddeley (1975)
To see if cues from the environment affect recall- deep sea divers learned lists of words wither on land or underwate. Recall of words was then tested in same or a different context
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Glucksberg and Lloyd (1967)
Investigated motivated forgetting- participants required to learn a paired- associate list of words
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Investigate depth of processing by giving participants a number of tasks requiring different levels of processing and measuring recongition- 60 words process at one of three levels; deep, intermediate and shallow

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Investigated evidence for a limited capacity central executive- participants performed psychomotor and intelligence task at same time

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Investigated semantic categorisation in long-term memory- 2 groups presented with same words to learn but words were presented differently- asked to recall as many words as possible

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Investigated flashbulb memory for the memorable event of Margaret Thatcher's Resignation- interviewed soon after resignation then again 11 months later

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