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What is Short-Term Memory?
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STM Task vs. ST Processing An Important Distinction!! Each memory model will have its own account of processing for STM Tasks
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The Modal Model Vs. The Working Memory Model
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The phonological loop The visuospatial sketchpad The central executive The episodic buffer Modules in the Modified WM Model
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Approaches to Testing the Model Dual tasks including concurrent vocalization, repeating random digits, visual scanning, etc. Double Dissociations Both with case studies & in normal populations using a concurrent task Delays Converging Operations
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Some Examples Clinical Cases Some patients do poorly on STM tasks but well on LTM tasks Others do well on STM tasks but poorly on LTM tasks A Double Dissociation!! Inferences to Best Explanation?? Some patients do well on digit span but poorly on the Corsi spatial span Others do poorly on digit span but well on the Corsi spatial span Another Double Dissociation!!
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Concurrent memory task effects on verbal reasoning
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