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PSY 4500 Cognitive Psychology Study questions Sensory iconic memory Explain Stemberg s partial report task How long does iconic memory last How could you nd out Is iconic memory coded visuospatially or semantically How could you nd out E Working Memory 1 Graph the serial position function What could you do to eliminate the recency effect without eliminating the primacy effect What does this suggest about different memory systems that can be involved in the recall task Is there any way to eliminate or reduce the primacy effect 2 Identify and describe the 3 major components of Baddeley s model of working memory 3 Identify the two subcomponents of the phonological buffer in Baddeley39s model of working memory Provide evidence for the existence of these two subcomponents 4 Identify the two subcomponents of the visuospatial buffer in Baddeley39s model of working memory Provide evidence for the existence of these two subcomponents 5 Explain the phonological similarity effect the word length effect and the articulatory suppression and relate them to Baddeley s working memory theory 6 Identify three functions of the Executive System Give an example of each of these functions 7 What are the constituent parts of WM How could you test whether visual and verbal working memory are independent systems 8 What is the capacity of verbal WM ie how many items can you hold in verbal WM How could you test this 9 What is the capacity of visual WM ie how many items can you hold in verbal WM How could you test this 10 Does visual WM store object information eg a red circle or feature information e g redness circle Provide evidence from an experiment that supports your claim 11 What is WM for
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