The Working Memory Model

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Clues

  • A theory devised by Baddely that challenges the Multi Store Model of Memory (7, 6, 5)
  • Acts as a form of attention and controls slave systems (7, 9)
  • Holds and coordinates information from all three other stores as well as from LTM (8, 6)
  • Silently repeats words that are heard or seen (10, 7)
  • Stores acoustically coded items for a short period (12, 5)

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