1. what was the evidence for the episodic buffer?
- unfamiliar Chinese symbols could be remembered and recalled later on
- visually printed numbers to be remembered were less likely to be remembered if there was conflicting audio that sounded like numbers
- found that phonetically similar words were more difficult to remember than phonetically different words due to novel episodic memories being created
- no effect was found when audio presented words were remembered and then interfered with by audio
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2. when was evidence against the visuospatial sketchpad created?
3. what was the evidence against visuospatial sketchpad?
- participants were asked to remember a list of visual numbers and then were exposed to distracting noise, recall was worst when noise was similar to numbers
- should it be divided into visual and spatial?
- phonetically similar sits of words are more difficult to remember than phonetically different as the different words create new, episodic memories
- unfamiliar Chinese characters are remembered in the mind and can be recalled later
4. Who made the Multistore Model of Memory?
- Hue and Ericksson
- Atkinson and Shiffrin
- Jones, Maken and Nicholls
- Baddeley and Hitch
5. When was the evidence against the phonological store created?