03-07 Lecture Slides (Final)

An active system that supports complex cognition and

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Unformatted text preview: ” (not items) (2) Code ¨༊  Speech- based (phonological) codes are dominant, though other codes also exist (3) Forgetting ¨༊  Interference clearly plays a role (it cannot be just decay) (4) Search ¨༊  Serial exhaustive search Main Points of Today’s Lecture n༆  n༆  STM, as portrayed in the modal model, has some problems, which led to the development of working memory (WM) WM is an active system that supports complex cognition and has multiple components ¨༊  Baddeley’s multicomponent model of WM n༆  n༆  The phonological loop, the visuospatial sketchpad, the central executive, and the episodic buffer LTM has some characteristics different from those of STM ¨༊  LTM has no known capacity limits and can be long- lasting ¨༊  The semantic codes were considered dominant, but other codes also exist ¨༊  There are different mechanisms of forgetting from LTM Demonstration Three turtles rested on a floating log, and a fish swam beneath them 2 3/7/13 Problems with the Modal Model’s Characterization of STM (1) The recency effect may not reflect STM contribution ¨༊  Long- term recency effect n༆  Free recall of the U.S....
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