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Unformatted text preview: – immediate, brief recording of sensory information – short-term memory - holds a few items briefly, before the info is stored or forgotten – long-term memory – relatively permanent and limitless storage Problems with Atkinson-Shiffrin 1. Some information skips the first two stages and enters long-term memory automatically. 2. Since we cannot focus all the sensory information in the environment, we select information (through attention) that is important to us. 3. The nature of short-term memory is more complex. Lecture 14 2 Upgraded Memory Model Working Memory • Baddeley • Much more realistic representation of STM • Information will stay in memory as long as rehearse it • Contains auditory and visual-spatial elements • Allows us to do multiple tasks at once Working Memory...
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- Josh Wede