1. what was the evidence for the visuospatial sketchpad?
- unfamiliar chinese symbols could be held and remembered later on
- phonetically similar lists of words were more difficult to remember whn phonetically different words due to novel episodic memories
- no effect was found when participants were played auditory sound when trying to remember a list
- participants remembered visually presented numbers while nonsense words were played, this was most effected when nonsense words were like numbers
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2. What year was the working memory model created?
3. who created evidence for visuo-spatial sketchpad?
- Jones, Macken and Nicholls
- Hue and Ericsson
- Salame and Baddeley
4. when was the evidence for the phonological loop created?
5. What is the evidence against the phonological store?
- phonetically similar sounding lists were more difficult to remember than phonetically different lists - due to novel episodic memories
- no effect when testing irrelevant sounds and similar sounding words when the lists to be remembered were auditory
- unfamiliar Chinese symbols could be remembered and recalled later on
- memory of a list of visually presented numbers was disrupted when audio of nonsense words was played that sounded like numbers