Verbal short-term memory isn't the route to long-term memory.
Evidence for the phonological loop?
There is a distinction between visual and spatial memory.
The visuo-spatial sketchpad and phonological loop are separate.
The epidsodic buffer is a store to integrate infor from the different memory stores.
Infants have a self-concept.
Social-cultural developmental theory: language skills affect memory storage and retrieval.
Lifetime periods, general events, and event specific knowledge are the three types of autobiographical knowledge.
Memory shapes the working self.
Generative and direct retrieval are distinct.
Visual imagery and visual perception rely on similar processes.
Cognitive interference is most effective when it is in the same domain as the task at hand.
Two separate routes exist to code visual and verbal representation: dual coding theory.
Mental rotation of images.
Perception and imagery are distinct.
Adults and Children use imagery differently.
Imagery has a greater effect than verbal descriptions on emotions.
Imagery can be used to treat emotional disorders.
Vision is like a lens.
Vision may be like multiple spotlights.
Vision may be location based.
Vision may be object based.
There are two functions which affect processing of unattended visual stimuli.
Object recognition may be computational.
Complexity influences whether object recognition is viewer invarient or dependent: Vanrie's theory.
Viewpoint dependent and viewpoint invariant information are used cooperatively.
Associative agnosia arises due to deficits in accessing relevant knowledge from memory - can copy objects but not recognise them.
Encoding specificity: probability of retrieving information overlaps between information present at retrieval and information stored in memory.
Intentional forgetting and associative learning.
We tend to pay more attention to weapons.
Older adults have less accurate memories than younger adults.
Social cognitive ingroup may explain the cross-race effect.
Post-event retroactive interference.
Information presented before events impacts on witness accuracy.
Phonological processing occurs rapidly and automatically.
Phonological processing occurs after word meaning is understood.
Word meanings can be accessed without phonological access.
Word meaning is automatically processed.
Words are processed before individual letters.
Language comprehension precedes language production.