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Working Memory DocumentWorking Memory Document
The impact in the classroom can be huge across the whole curriculum and the understanding of what working memory is, what constitutes a high working memory load and how this can be reduced and supported is essential in developing successful classrooms for
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Additionally, only central attention was found to be necessary for manipulating information in working memory. This suggests that theories should consider the multifaceted nature of attention and working memory
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7 to 10 year-olds are unable to prioritise serial positions in visual working memory7 to 10 year-olds are unable to prioritise serial positions in visual working memory
The limits of visual working memory in children: exploring prioritization and recency effects with sequential presentation
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Unit 1: Memory For this homework, you need to learn to describe (AO1), apply (AO2) and evaluate (AO3) three broad conceptsUnit 1: Memory For this homework, you need to learn to describe (AO1), apply (AO2) and evaluate (AO3) three broad concepts
Two models of memory. Atkinson and Shiffrin’s (1968) Multi-store model of Memory and Baddeley and Hitch’s (1974) Working memory model
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Types of Long-Term memory: Episodic, semantic, procedural The Working Memory ModelTypes of Long-Term memory: Episodic, semantic, procedural The Working Memory Model
The Multi-Store Model of memory: Sensory register, short-term memory and long-term memory. Features of each store: coding, capacity and duration
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Baddeley’s Theory of Working Memory Theory: Theory of Working Memory Theorist(s)Baddeley’s Theory of Working Memory Theory: Theory of Working Memory Theorist(s)
University of Stirling. In 1974, he returned to mrc as the Director and in 1995 he moved on to the University of Bristol. In 2003, he took his current position in the Psychology Department at the University of York
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Chapter: Chapter01: An Introduction to Cognitive PsychologyChapter: Chapter01: An Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
According to a famous article by Miller (1956), short-term memory (or working memory) has a capacity limitation of about
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Front matter inddFront matter indd
Distinguish between working and long-term memory, and how the control processes of attention, encoding, and retrieval move information between memory stores
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Impaired spatial working memory and enhanced long-term potentiation in pcaf knock-out miceImpaired spatial working memory and enhanced long-term potentiation in pcaf knock-out mice
Altered memory capacities and endocrine allostasis in p300/cbp associated factor (pcaf) histone acetylase knockout mice
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Working memory IWorking memory I
Demo: I’m going to read several strings of numbers and letters, your task is to
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Models of working memory (WM) have undergone an interesting, although slow evolution
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Learning to Remember: The Biological Basis of Memory Chapter ObjectivesLearning to Remember: The Biological Basis of Memory Chapter Objectives
As our understanding of the biological mechanisms of memory evolves, we face new opportunities in the treatment of memory disorders, as well as in the enhancement of normal memory function
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Working Memory: Theories, Models, and ControversiesWorking Memory: Theories, Models, and Controversies
California State University Channel Islands on 09/12/12. For personal use only
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Memory Studies, a brief concept paperMemory Studies, a brief concept paper
Bosch, te (2016) Memory Studies, a brief concept paper. Working Paper. MeCodem
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B a d d e L e y t h e b u f f e r I n The episodic buffer: a new component of working memory? Alan BaddeleyB a d d e L e y t h e b u f f e r I n The episodic buffer: a new component of working memory? Alan Baddeley
There are, however, a number of phenomena that are not readily captured by the original model. These
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R chris Miall1, Fiona McNab1R chris Miall1, Fiona McNab1
Individual differences in explicit and implicit visuomotor learning and working memory capacity
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Object-based Encoding in Visual Working MemoryObject-based Encoding in Visual Working Memory
Department of Neurology, Second Affiliated Hospital, College of Medicine, Zhejiang University
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The working memory modelThe working memory model
They found that participants made errors on both tasks and the speed on the verbal reasoning task was slightly slower than when done alone
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Unpacking the Box’: a novel Tool to Assess the Development of Working Memory in ChildrenUnpacking the Box’: a novel Tool to Assess the Development of Working Memory in Children
This work is original and has not been submitted in relation to any other degree or qualification
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Effects of modafinil on spatial working-memoryEffects of modafinil on spatial working-memory
Christophe Piérard1,CA, Pierrette Liscia1, Jean-Nicolas Philippin 2, Nicole Mons2
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Chapter 6: Learning, memory and forgettingChapter 6: Learning, memory and forgetting
Theories of memory generally consider both the architecture of the memory system and the processes
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Memory models how our knowledge of memory has evolvedMemory models how our knowledge of memory has evolved
The idea of memory like in boxes  telefon switches  computer analogy/networking
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Working Memory ModelWorking Memory Model
This model by Baddeley & Hitch (1974) deals only with the stm and recently activated parts of the ltm
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Introduction to Memory Module PreviewIntroduction to Memory Module Preview
Although we all have a rather remarkable memory capacity, our individual memory abilities vary considerably. At one extreme are people who, because of brain damage, are unable to form new memories
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The Working Memory Model: student information sheetThe Working Memory Model: student information sheet
This model was proposed by Baddeley & Hitch (1974) and deals only with the stm and recently activated parts of the ltm
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Memory Mind Map of this page. IntroductionMemory Mind Map of this page. Introduction
Memory is a complicated system for storing and retrieving vast amounts of various types of information. There is some disagreement as to the precise nature of the human memory system
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Modality Based CognitionModality Based Cognition
Recency and primacy effects indicated that at least several of the modality recall sequences operated with differing underlying processes indicating further support for the independent modalities working memory hypothesis
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Running head: How modular is wm? Modularity, working memory and language acquisitionRunning head: How modular is wm? Modularity, working memory and language acquisition
Correspondence should be addressed to: Alan Baddeley, Department of Psychology, University of York, Heslington, York yo10 5DD
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Running head: phonological similarity pi and stmRunning head: phonological similarity pi and stm
Is the phonological similarity effect in working memory due to proactive interference?
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The role of working memory in sport Philip Alexander Furley* and Daniel MemmertThe role of working memory in sport Philip Alexander Furley* and Daniel Memmert
Institute of Cognitive and Team/Racket Sport Research, German Sport University Cologne
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Memory Articles The Three Memory Storage SystemsMemory Articles The Three Memory Storage Systems
In cognitive psychology, memory is usually divided into three stores: the sensory, the short-term, and the long-term. The progress of information through these stores is often referred to as
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The nature of memory processesThe nature of memory processes
Because memory flows from learning, the concepts are closely linked. Learning is the process of acquiring new information, whereas memory is the retention of that information which can then be utilised later
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Memory, Knowledge, and e-learningMemory, Knowledge, and e-learning
Albert, D., Hockemeyer, C., & Mori, T. (2006). Memory, knowledge, and e-learning. In L. G. Nilsson & N. Ohta (Eds.), Memory and Society: Psycological Perspectives (pp. 87-109). Hove, uk: Psychology Press
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Title: Science Achievements and Executive Functions: the Predictive Utility of Working MemoryTitle: Science Achievements and Executive Functions: the Predictive Utility of Working Memory
Interestingly, this relationship was observed solely in relation to the conceptual learning condition of the assessment highlighting the role of executive functions in understanding and applying knowledge about what is learned within
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Introduction and Objectives IntroductionIntroduction and Objectives Introduction
In this chapter we will learn about the influential theory of how human memory works, called the Stage Model of Memory. It describes memory as consisting of three distinct stages. The chapter describes each of the stages including their
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Visual Sensory MemoryVisual Sensory Memory
Describe various forms of memory and the different types of tests used to assess them
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Visual Sensory MemoryVisual Sensory Memory
Describe various forms of memory and the different types of tests used to assess them
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Long Term MemoryLong Term Memory
Special attention will be paid to the question of whether information is ever really lost from memory
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Unit 7A: Memory IntroductionUnit 7A: Memory Introduction
Memory is learning that has remained over time, information that’s stored and can be retrieved
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Long Term MemoryLong Term Memory
Special attention will be paid to the question of whether information is ever really lost from memory
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