03-12 Lecture Slides (Final)

Stm covered on 0307 n wm is a complex system with

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Unformatted text preview: 3/12/13 Eyewitness Testimony Demo Modal Model External Information STM vs. WM (covered on 03/07) Sensory Store Short-Term Store Baddeley’s Model Central Executive Phonological Loop Long-Term Store Working Memory Visuospatial Sketchpad 2 3/12/13 The Concepts of WM vs. STM (covered on 03/07) n༆  WM is a complex system with multiple subsystems n༆  WM emphasizes both storage and processing n༆  Temporary storage in WM supports active cognition (e.g., comprehension, reasoning) ¨༊  STM = Primarily a verbal, phonological system ¨༊  STM = Primarily storage (little processing) ¨༊  STM = Temporary storage is only for memory The Episodic Buffer: A 4th Subsystem? (covered on 03/07) WM n༆  n༆  The newest and least well understood system in the Baddeley model A subsystem for temporarily binding together and storing different types of information ¨༊  Example: Chunking (= binding information in the phonological loop and LTM) Main Points of Today’s Lecture n༆  Memories are NOT accurate reflections of the actual events we experienced; we “reconstruct” a memory by combining elements from the original...
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