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what experiments do we have to know for the memory section in psychology?
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what experiments do we have to know for the memory section in psychology?
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Experiment wise there are no key ones specifically you'll be asked about- (well apart from Loftus and Palmer and Johnson and Scott). But, obvs you'll need some for evaluating models etc- so it's really up to you which ones you pick

Researcher wise...
1) Miller's magic number

2) Multi-store model = Atkison and Shiffrin
Key case study of HM (Scoville and Millner)

3) Working memory model = Baddley and Hitch

4) Leading questions = Loftus and Palmer (EWT)

5) Weapon focus effect= Johnson and Scott

These are just key key ones!
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what experiments do we have to know for the memory section in psychology?
Baddeley- coding
Miller - capacity
Jacobs - letter span
Petersen et al - duration
Bahrick - photo recognition also links to duration
There's way more but these are just some of the main ones tbh i would recommend going on psychology hub it has okayISH psychology notes and looking through theres a good 20 .Also some of them repeat like Petersen et al did duration but also demonstrated that semantic memories where recalled from the prefrontal cortex and so on .But i dont think you need to know every single one
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Hii!!!

Experiment wise there are no key ones specifically you'll be asked about- (well apart from Loftus and Palmer and Johnson and Scott). But, obvs you'll need some for evaluating models etc- so it's really up to you which ones you pick

Researcher wise...
1) Miller's magic number

2) Multi-store model = Atkison and Shiffrin
Key case study of HM (Scoville and Millner)

3) Working memory model = Baddley and Hitch

4) Leading questions = Loftus and Palmer (EWT)

5) Weapon focus effect= Johnson and Scott

These are just key key ones!
thank you!!! this is really helpful
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Baddeley- coding
Miller - capacity
Jacobs - letter span
Petersen et al - duration
Bahrick - photo recognition also links to duration
There's way more but these are just some of the main ones tbh i would recommend going on psychology hub it has okayISH psychology notes and looking through theres a good 20 .Also some of them repeat like Petersen et al did duration but also demonstrated that semantic memories where recalled from the prefrontal cortex and so on .But i dont think you need to know every single one
i will definately check that website out, thank you so much !!!
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i will definately check that website out, thank you so much !!!
Also check out the physics and maths tutor website they have a psychology notes section for a lot of exam boards its very straight word , sorry for not mentioning it before
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