Lecture6-SensoryShortTermWorkingMemory-3.pptx

Working memory is thought of more as a mental

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- Working memory is thought of more as a mental “workspace” where information from sensory stores and long-term memory can be processed in conjunction with pre-existing info in working memory. 49
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Baddeley’s Model of Working Memory 50
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Evidence for Visuospatial Sketchpad 51
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Evidence for Visuospatial Sketchpad 52
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Evidence for Phonological Loop 53
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Evidence for Phonological Loop g, c, b, t, v, p 54
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Evidence for Phonological Loop Now, count to 15… 55
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Evidence for Phonological Loop 56
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Evidence for Phonological Loop f, l, k, s, y, g 57
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Evidence for Phonological Loop Now, count to 15… 58
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Evidence for Phonological Loop 59
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Evidence for Phonological Loop beast, bronze, wife, golf, inn, limp, dirt, start 60
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Evidence for Phonological Loop 61
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Evidence for Phonological Loop alcohol, property, amplifier, office, gallery, mosquito, orchestra, bricklayer 62
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Evidence for Phonological Loop 63
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Evidence for Phonological Loop dishwasher, hummingbird, engineering, hospital, homelessness, reasoning 64
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Evidence for Phonological Loop Now, recall as many words as you can… 65
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Evidence for Phonological Loop 66
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Evidence for Phonological Loop Now, while reading the next set of words, repeat the word “the” repeatedly to yourself… 67
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Evidence for Phonological Loop automobile, apartment, basketball, mathematics, syllogism, catholicism 68
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