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In the duration of STM, what was the percentage recall of the consonant syllable after 18 seconds?
Who demonstrated, with the fruit recall study, that retrieval cues play a part in memorisation?
Where are episodic memories stored?
Fill in the blank of the original question: 'About how fast were the cars going when they _________ each other?'
How many participants were in the real life anxiety bank robbery study?
What are the two sub systems of the phonological loop? (P S and A P)
How many people were in Peterson and Peterson's study
What store was added to the WMM later on?
In the second Loftus and Palmer experiment, how long did the participants have to wait after the first experiment?
Who found that people could remember one syllable words better than eight word phrases?
Fill in the blank about the car crash study 'Did you see any __________?'
Who found that when just report everything and reinstate context was used, the recall was significantly higher?
Who proved that context effects are largely eliminated when learning meaningful material?
Who found that when participants have to remember a series of word lists, they are better are remembering the first few word lists better than the later ones?
Muller
In the criticism of the weapon focus effect, what was the low threat, high surprise condition?
What word describes the capacity of the sensory register?
What was the percentage improvement in correct information when using the enhanced cognitive interview?
Which case study could reason but not problem solve?
Yuille and Cutshall (L q i r s)
Why was the post event discussion money stealing study ecologically valid? (d a g)
In the duration of STM, what was the percentage recall of the consonant syllable after 3 seconds?
What one word, beginning with d, could describe a fault in Peterson and Peterson's research?
What were the two types of recall used in the fruit-recall study? (f a c)
Why is it possible that the acoustic and semantic coding study could have been testing STM instead of LTM in his study?
Who had problems with acoustic coding but not verbal coding?
How many categories were in the fruit-recall study?
Who showed that the transference of memories from the short term memory to the long term memory is more due to processing than to maintenance rehearsal?
Where are procedural memories stored?
Which case study can be used to support the WMM?
Carter and Cassaday
How many photos were in the yearbook study?
What is the percentage of people who said that the girl is guilty in the post event discussion stealing money study?
Halford and Milne (v c m a t n v c)
What two word phrase can describe the CE's main function? (D A)
Baddeley and Hitch (study)
Which case study provides evidence for the different stores in MSM?
Who developed the cognitive interview?
Logie (S A L A I)
Who, using anti-histamines, proved that the state the participant is in when information is encoded/recalled played a big role in the strength of the memory?
Tulving and Thomson
Squire et al
Who found that the victims of violent crime were more accurate than victims of non violent crime?
What is the term for new information 'pushing out' old information in the short term memory?
McGeoch and McDonald (S I I)
Who, using deep-sea divers, proved that the context in which something is encoded/recalled in has an impact on the strength of the memory?
Johnson and Scott (A i e t, b e)
What was the percentage accuracy of the bloody knife condition in the anxiety eyewitness testimony study?
Baddeley and Hitch
Who criticised the weapon focus effect and said it was more about the surprise than the anxiety?
In the yearbook study, what was the free recall percentage after 48 years?
HintAnswer
Peterson and Peterson
Baddeley
Why is interference not generaliseable? (O E S S)
What is the best condition for anxiety recall, low, medium or high?
What two term phrase can describe the repeating of information in the short term memory to keep it in the short term memory?
What was the estimated speed of the cars travelling when the verb contacted was used?
In the criticism of the weapon focus effect, what was the high threat, low surprise condition?
What was the percentage improvement when using the standard cognitive interview in comparison to the standard interview?
What was the percentage improvement of incorrect information in the enhanced cognitive interview?
What was the letter capacity found as in the digit capacity study?
Where can the conclusions of misleading information research be applied? (c j s)
Bahrick et al
How many students were in the Loftus and Palmer study?
Who suggested that STM and LTM are interlinked.
Who found that if an intervening task was given in a retention interval, later recall was worse?
What was the digit capacity found as in the digit capacity study?
Beardsley
Nelson and Rothbart
How long does the information stay in the sensory register?
Cowan
What is the term used for getting information from the long term memory into the short term memory
Atkinson and Shiffrin
Frost
Pickel (s, n a)
What is a critique of the MSM?
What is a criticism of STM research?
Who showed that, due to post event discussion, participants would recall things that they can't have possibly seen?
What parts of HM remained in contact after he got his hippocampus removed? (Nouns, 'P' and 'I')
Geiselman and Fisher
In the duration of STM, what was the percentage recall of the consonant syllable after 9 seconds?
What was the one type of LTM that HM still had after he had his hippocampus removed?
How does information travel from the sensory register to short term memory?
What word, beginning with g, can summarise the problem with using case studies to support research?
Brandimonte et al
Godden and Baddeley
Underwood
Who found that LTM coding could be visual as well?
Who concluded that anxiety can either have a good or bad effect, depending on the intensity?
Who found that in high anxiety situations, recall is best?
Who interviewed people after an armed robbery in Canada, finding that accuracy was unimpacted by leading questions?
Who found that STM is coded acoustically and LTM is coded semantically?
What was the percentage accuracy of information in the pen covered in grease condition?
What one word can be used to criticise the research into interference?
Who critiqued STM capacity studies, saying it was instead 4 chunks?
How many people were in Bahrick et al's study
Who said that the context in which memory is recalled and retrieved is not as exaggerated as the difference between underwater and on land in the deep sea diver study?
Craik and Lockhart
In the criticism of the weapon focus effect, what was the high threat, high surprise condition?
What was the estimated speed of the cars travelling when the verb smashed was used?
Simon
What is the largest single factor contributing to the conviction of innocent people in the criminal justice system? (m e i)
HintAnswer
Tulving and Pearlstone
What are the four ways in which the cognitive interview aids eyewitness testimony? (R e, r c, r t o, c p)
Who found that STM duration was less than 30 seconds?
In the yearbook study, what was the free recall percentage after 15 years?
Who argued that the cognitive interview was too time consuming for policemen, since it needs special training and extra time?
How long was the interval in the real life armed robbery study?
What is the percentage of people who saw something that they couldn't have possibly seen in the post event discussion stealing money study?
What is the name of the effect of a weapon being in someone's hand distracting attention?
In the yearbook study, what was the percentage of face recognition after 15 years?
What is the capacity of long term memory? (begins with U)
Which case study can be used to say the MSM is too simplistic?
Who invented the Working Memory Model?
What were the five conditions used in the car smash leading question study, from the most intense verb to the least intense verb?
Who are the two characters that Loftus used in her study about leading questions and Disneyland?
Kohnken et al (: on o) (C I M A)
Loftus et al
What was the low anxiety condition in the anxiety impact on eyewitness testimony study?
Who found that STM capacity increased with age, and what were the figures? (Name, then younger age and number, then older age and number
What is the percentage recall of ten lists after 24 hours, testing proactive interference?
Who proved that memory is most effective when cues available at the time of encoding are present at the time of retrieval, or the encoding specificity principle?
Who showed that in STM coding, visual coding can be used if a visual task is being done, as long as verbal rehearsal is prevented in the retention interval?
What is a general store that is used to hold both visual and acoustic information?
Jacobs
Which case study can be used to say the CE is too simplistic?
Where are semantic memories stored?
Who found STM capacity to be 7+/-2?
What adjective can describe the capacity of the CE? (beginning with L)
What was the high anxiety condition in the anxiety impact on eyewitness testimony study?
Deffenbacher
Who found that LTM coding could be acoustic as well?
Who found that Alzheimer's patients could form new semantic memories but not episodic memories?
How many words were in the fruit-recall study?
Gabbert et al.
What two sub systems did Logie divide the VSS into? (V C and I S)
How many people were in the post event money stealing study?
What is the duration of long term memory? (begins with u)
EVR
Who found digit span to be 9.3 for digits and 7.3 for letters?
In the yearbook study, what was the face recognition percentage after 48 years?
Who showed that just thinking of the place in which memories were encoded helps with the retrieval of information?
What are the three types of LTM? (in alphabetical order)
Ceraso (A not A)
Who concluded that anxiety means a witness will focus on the central features of a crime, such as the weapon?
What type of memory could HM not form?
Who invented the MSM?
What is the percentage recall of one word list after 24 hours, testing proactive interference?
In the criticism of the weapon focus effect, what was the low threat, low surprise condition?
Miller
Christianson and Hubinette (A I E T, G E)
Who used auditory tones to stop displacement when testing for STM duration?

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