hayleyx's version from 2018-01-26 14:14


Question Answer
CodingBaddeley, acoustic or semantic
CapacityJabobs, 'digits forward'
Duration of STMPetersons, consonant triagrams
Duration of LTMBahrick, yearbooks
Types of LTMTulving
The encoding specificity principleTulving
Leading questionsLoftus and Palmer, car crash
Post-event discussionFiona Gabbert
Anxiety - negativeJohnson and Scott, knife
Anxiety - positiveYuille and Cutshall, gun
Explanation for opinions on anxiety and memoryYerkes-Dodson, Inverted-U theory
Retroactive interferenceMcgeoch and McDonald, 6 groups
Context-dependent forgettingGodden and Baddeley, divers
State-dependent forgettingCarter and Cassady, anti-histamines
The cognitive interviewFisher and Geiselman
KF case studyShallice and Warrington, AO3 for MMM
Elabortative rehearsalCraik and Watkins, AO3 for MMM
PET scanTulving, AO3 for types of LTM
Declarative and non-declarativeCohen and Squire, AO3 for MMM
Dual task performanceBaddeley, AO3 for WMM
Brains scans for central executive Braver, AO3 for WMM
Non-explicit categories for cuesTulving and Psotka, AO3 for interference
Recognition of words in umatching conditionsGodden and Baddeley, AO3 for retrieval failure
EWT has consequences in real lifeFoster, AO3 for misleading information
Raw chickenPickel, AO3 for anxiety
1 and 2 of CI cause most accurate recallMilne and Bull, AO3 for CI
CI also increases incorrect informationKohnken