PSYC 256 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Sketchpad, Neuroimaging, Episodic Memory

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PROBLEMS WITH MODAL MODEL: STS
Continual Distractor Task
A typical distractor task after study reduces recency
But what if S distracted after every item on the list
o Get distracted between each item
If interference leads to forgetting, a continual distractor would reduce both primacy
and recency effects
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Word Length Effect
Longer words are more difficult to remember over short delays
Not the written length, but number of syllables
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Phonological Similarity Effect
Phonological stimuli
o Mad, man, cap, can, map
o Most effects on recall
Control stimuli
o Pen, rig, day, bar, sup
Semantic stimuli
o Big, huge, broad, long, tall
Control stimuli
o Old, late, thin, wet, hot
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