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First stage of information processing that involves information entering the memory from the environment
Second stage of information processing that involves putting information into a format that the memory system can recognise
Third stage of information processing that involves 'filing away' information to be used at a later date
Fourth stage of information processing that involves searching a memory store for information
Fifth stage of information processing that involves expressing or experiencing information
A problem associated with knowing you have a piece of information, but cannot recall it; when it's on the 'tip of your tongue'
A problem associated with a piece of information being lost from memory permanently
Core Theory: name
Core Theory: the memory store with a limited capacity and duration
Core Theory: the memory store with unlimited capacity and duration
Core Theory: where the human memory gets its input from
Core Theory: the first store in the sequence that holds a vast amount of information, but only for a few seconds
Core Theory: what happens to information at the first stage if it is not paid attention
Core Theory: percentage of information that makes it to short term memory
Core Theory: what happens when short term memory becomes 'full up'
Core Theory: how many seconds information should be rehearsed for to enter long term memory
Core Theory: percentage of information that makes it from short term to long term memory
Core Theory: the size of a theoretical 'chunk'
Core Theory: average estimated duration of short term memory
Core Theory Limitation: 'The model is too _____ and ignores individual differences.'
Core Theory Limitation: 'The model ___-______ the STM and LTM.'
Core Theory Limitation: 'The model over-emphasises the role of _____.'
Alternative Theory: name
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Alternative Theory: '___ processing leads to better recall than _____ processing.'
Alternative Theory: what was studied to test it
Alternative Theory: 'If we process information for _____, we are more likely to recall it.'
Core Study: psychologist that carried out the experiment
Core Study: year the experiment was carried out
Core Study: average age of the television commercials
Core Study: maximum length of the television commercials
Core Study: amount of television commercials shown in a group
Core Study: amount of students who were tested
Core Study: the term for when participants take part in both of the measurable conditions
Core Study: duration of written task that caused the artificial delay
Core Study: effect the experiment showed
Core Study: the name for the ability to recall the first few items in a list
Core Study: the name for the ability to recall the last few items in a list
Core Study: the name of the condition that included the written task
Core Study: the name of the condition that did not include the written task
Core Study Limitation: 'Laboratory experiments lack ______ ______.'
Core Study Limitation: 'Experiments often lack _____ validity.'
Core Study Limitation: 'Experiments have the problem of _____ characteristics.'
A form of trigger for when recall from long term memory is difficult
Use of a rhyme or sentence to aid the recall of a list of things
A diagram used to visually outline information, supposedly to reflect the way that memory is organised
Associating a picture with a memory as an aid to recalling it

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