GCSE PSYCHOLOGY: How memories are encoded and stored?

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Please help as my textbook doesn't answer this question yet it is in the specification.
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Which exam board specification are you using?

What does the specification mention as the question could have various aspects to the answer
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Which exam board specification are you using?

What does the specification mention as the question could have various aspects to the answer
Im doing AQA and this is what the specification says (See image)
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GCSE will probably just follow the working memory model and multi store memory model.
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GCSE will probably just follow the working memory model and multi-store memory model.
Ok, so I just refer to the whole process right?
(Sorry for the dumb question it's just that it is too similar to the structures of memory section)
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Ok, so I just refer to the whole process right?
(Sorry for the dumb question it's just that it is too similar to the structures of memory section)
What's the specific question? This cannot be exam related can it? Thought they were done already.
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QUOTE=random_matt;78897048]What's the specific question? This cannot be exam related can it? Thought they were done already.[/QUOTE]

Nope I just got it off the specification. The question is 'how are memories encoded and stored?'
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Im doing AQA and this is what the specification says (See image)
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I interpret that as you need to know the definitions of episodic, semantic and procedural memory, the memory models and how information is inputted, stored and retrieved.
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I interpret that as you need to know the definitions of episodic, semantic and procedural memory, the memory models and how information is inputted, stored and retrieved.
Ok thanks! I guess I was just overthinking it
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QUOTE=random_matt;78897048]What's the specific question? This cannot be exam related can it? Thought they were done already.
Nope I just got it off the specification. The question is 'how are memories encoded and stored?'[/QUOTE]

http://www.human-memory.net/processes_encoding.html

Definitions of the type of memory are easy, but the above will help.
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Nope I just got it off the specification. The question is 'how are memories encoded and stored?'
http://www.human-memory.net/processes_encoding.html

Definitions of the type of memory are easy, but the above will help.[/QUOTE]

OMG! Thanks
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You may also like to look up 'levels of processing' (Craik & Lockhart I believe) for encoding.
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You may also like to look up 'levels of processing' (Craik & Lockhart I believe) for encoding.
Ooo never heard of it before but sounds interesting. Thanks!
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Thanks this has really helped
however would u be able to find a more simpler website
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