Type
Crossword
Description

What the 'p' in cope stands for. perspective
A dependent forgetting based on internal psychological conditions. state
 A slave system of WM which is a temporary storage episodic
Which memory store is Interference an explanation for forgetting LTM
An acronym to explain how to improve EWT COPE
What is the key concept of the multi store model? rehearsal
An explanation for the influence of leading q's that suggests the influence is just on answer not on memory responsebias
Type of interference when newer memories interfere with older ones. retroactive
Process of the phonological loop in WM that allows rehearsal articulatory
What part of LTM contains our knowledge of the world? semantic
A focus that may create anxiety and decrease accuracy of EWT weapon
On average, what is the capacity of items in STM? seven

Memory Psychology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Process by which we recall experiences, information, and skills. memory
Encoding of meaning. semantic encoding
The translation of information into a form for future use. encoding
Stores memories and makes them available for future use. storage
Locates stored information and returns it to conscious thought. retrieval
Repeated repetition of information to help the learning process. rehearsal
Sometimes called working memory -- when information is stored for 10-12 seconds. Short term memory
Memory stored more than briefly and encoded through rehearsal. long term memory
Organization of items into familiar or manageable units. chunking
A sentence or acronym that helps us to memorize a string of words. mnemonic devices
Retrieval in which you must search for information that you previously stored. recall
Retrieval in which you must identify items you learned earlier. recognition
interference in which a more recent memory disrupts the recall of an older memory. retroactive
The process of moving anxiety-producing memories to the unconscious mind. repression

Cognitive Psychology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cognitive psychology compares our brain to working like a what? Computer
Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968), created which model for memory? Multi-store model
Acccording to the multistore model what occurs if information is not rehearsed? Decay
What is the mode of representation for the short term memory in the multi store model Auditory
Baddeley and Hitch created the working memory model. But does this foccus on the short term or long term memory? Short
In the working memory model, the phonological loop is made up of the artiulatory loop and what other component? Primary Acoustic
One weakness of the working memory model is that another component was added later. Name this component? Episodic Buffer
Classic Study Aim: To investigate the influence of acoustic and ............ word similarity on learning and recall in short term and long term memory Semantic
How many men and women were used in the classic study 72
Contemporary study aim: To investigate the development of the ........................ in children between 5-17 using digit span. Phonological loop
How many participants were used in the contemporary study 570
What is the name of Tulvings model for memory? Episodic and Semantic
Your first kiss, is an example of what type of memory? Episodic
Henry Molasion is a case study that we can use when studying cognitive psychology but what part of his brain was removed to treat his epilepsy? Hippocampus
What was the story called that Bartlett used to investigate his theory of Reconstructive memory? War of Ghosts

Cognition Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a system that encodes, stores, and retrieves information memory
encoding of meaning semantic
encoding of sound acoustic
encoding of picture images visual
unconscious encoding of incidental information automatic
requires attention and conscious effort effortful
conscious repetition of information to maintain it in consciousness rehearsal
the retention of encoding material over time storage
another word for working memory short term
shortest of our memories and generally holds sights, sounds, smells, and textures for a fraction of a second sensory
capacity of short term memory seven
mental pictures imagery
another word for declarative memory; knowing what explicit
another word for procedural memory; knowing how implicit
extremely vivid and clear memories (ie. 9/11) flashbulb
the locating and recovering of information from memory retrieval
information in the working memory is gradually changed over to long term memory consolidation
type of amnesia; the inability to remember information previously stored in memory retrograde
type of amnesia; the inability to form memories from new materials anterograde
search terms used to activate memory retrieval cues
a quick association that leads to recall of a memory priming
a retrieval method in which one must reproduce previously presented material recall
memories gradually fade in strength over time transcience
forgetting when a memory cannot be retrieved because of interference blocking
old blocks new proactive
new blocks old retroactive

The Working Memory Model Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What directs information to its 'slave components' Central Executive
A case study of a man who was involved in a motor cycle accident which supports the model KF
...... buffer Episodic
What records the arrangement of objects in the visual field Inner Scribe
What stores visual data Visual Cache
A researcher of the WMM Baddeley
The .....-....... sketchpad Visuo-Spatial
What deals with auditory information (phonological loop) Inner Voice
What type of words make things harder to remember Polysyllable Words
What allows maintenance rehearsal Articulatory Loop

Memory Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

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amnesia
repression
suppression
proceduralmemory
episodicmemory
semantic
acoustic
visual
retrieval
mnemonic
memorydecay
disuse
primed
redintegration
encoding
storage
ltm
stm
memory

Memory Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The way in which we record the past for later use in the present. Memory
The conversion of information into a form that can be stored in memory Encoding
The creation of a trace of this information within the nervous system storage
An attempt to recover a memory trace Retrieval
The first person to investigate memory scientifically and systematically. Ebbinghaus
Having better recall for words earlier in a list Primacy Effect
the tendency to better recall words at the end of a list Recency effect
H.M developed epilepsy after damage to lobe of his brain? Temporal
Craik and Watkins (1973) found this kind of rehearsal ineffective Maintenance
A way of relating items of information to each other (recoding) so that they can be more readily recalled Chunking
an updated way of describing the short term memory Working memory
the rehearsal by which the subject organises and relates new information to material that is already held in their LTM elaborative
Recalling a sequence of items from memory. Attach them to a sequence of locations so when you think of those locations, it comes to mind. Method Of Loci
according to Godden and Baddley, recall is easier if the environments are _____________ Similar
_________ Amnesia means you can't form new memories Anterograde
___________ Amnesia means you can't remember certain things from the past retrograde
the strengthening of a trace overtime consolidation
the memory of autobiographical events Episodic
the memory that processes ideas and concepts that are not drawn from personal experience semantic
One of the two main types of memory, acquired and used unconsciously Implicit
One of the two main types of memory that requires conscious thought Explicit
the strengthening of a trace over time with potential for alteration reconsolidation

Python Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Personal Digital Assistant PDA
A person who writes computer programs Programmer
Programming Language Python
Represented all in zeros and ones Machine Language
Reads the source code of the program as written by programmers Interpreter
Text editor to write instructions into a file Script
Sequence of Python states that have been crafted to do something Program
Perform some set of statements repeatedly, usually with some variation Repeated Execution
Get data from the “outside world”. Input
Display the results of the program on a screen or store them in a file Output
Perform statements one after another in the order they are encountered in the script. Sequential Execution
Check for certain conditions and then execute or skip a sequence of statements Conditional Execution
when your program has good syntax but there is a mistake in the order of the statements Logic Errors
A property of a program that can run on more than one kind of computer Portability
An instruction that causes the Python interpreter to display a value on the screen Print Statement
The process of formulating a problem, finding a solution, and expressing the solution Problem Solving
A set of instructions that specifies a computation Program
When a program displays a message and pauses for the user to type some input to the program Prompt
Stores programs and data and retains its information even when the power is turned off. Secondary Memory
The meaning of a program Semantics
An error in a program that makes it do something other than what the programmer intended Semantic Error
A program in a high-level language Source Code

Computer Basics ! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an electronic device that manipulates information, or data. It has the ability to store, retrieve, and process data Computer
any part of your computer that has a physical structure, such as the keyboard or mouse. Hardware
any set of instructions that tells the hardware what to do and how to do it Softwarwe
the metal and plastic box that contains the main components Computer Case
one of the main ways to communicate with a computer. Keyboard
another important tool for communicating with computers. Commonly known as a pointing device. Mouse
is used to print documents, photos, and anything else that appears on your screen. printer
is the computer's main circuit board motherboard
your system's short-term memory RAM
where your software, documents, and other files are stored hard drive
is the most important software that runs on a computer. It manages the computer's memory and processes, as well as all of its software and hardware. It also allows you to communicate with the computer without knowing how to speak the computer's language operating system
What id a shorter term for Wireless Internet Connection Wifi
is a type of software that allows you to perform specific tasks app
llows you to write a letter, design a flyer, and create many other types of documents word proccessor
the tool you use to access the Internet web browser
any type of software that is designed to damage your computer or gain unauthorized access to your personal information Malware
measured in megahertz (MHz), or millions of instructions per second; and gigahertz (GHz), or billions of instructions per second. speed
When you save a file, the data is written to the hard drive, which acts as long-term storage
is responsible for what you see on the monitor video card
also called an audio card—is responsible for what you hear in the speakers or headphones sound card

Chapter 10: Memory Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a functional system in the structure or memory that operates to temporarily store and use recently presented information working
a component system in the structure of memory that serves as a relatively permanent storage repository for information long term
knowledge about what to do in a situation; typically verbalizable declarative
knowledge that enables a person to know how to do a skill; typicallynon-verbalizable procedural
a memory process involving the transformation of information to be remembered into a form that can be store in memory encoding
a memory process involving the search through long-term memory for information needed to perform the task at hand retrieval
type of test; an explicit memory test that requires a person to produce a required response with few, if any, available cues or aids recall
type of test; an explicit memory test that requires a person to produce a required response with few, if any, available cues or aids recognition
type of test; an explicit memory test that requires a person to produce a required response with few, if any, available cues or aids proactive
type of interference; a cause of forgetting becasue of activity occuring during the retention interval retroactive
subsystem of long-term memory procedural
subsystem of long-term memory semantic
subsystem of long-term memory episodic

MEMORY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Opposite of proactive interference retroactive
person must retrieve information learned earlier, like a fill in the blank test recall
center located in limbic system, helps process explicit memories for storage hippocampus
information that has been acquired, stored, and retrieved. memory
measure of memory that assess the amount of time saved when learning material again relearning
Disruptive effect of prior learning on recall of new info proactiveinterference
Clearmemory of an emotionally significant moment or event flashbulbmemory
Tendency to recall experiences that are consistent with ones mood moodcongruentmemory
Inability to form new memories anterograde
Enocoding semantically based on meaning of words deepprocessing
basic defense mechanism that banishes from consciousness anxiety thoughts, memories and feelings repression
Enhanced memory after retrieving rather than rereading info testingeffect
sense that "you've experienced before" dejavu
organizes items into familiar units, helps recall things easier chunking
person identifies items previously learned, as on a multiple choice test recognition
permanent and limitless storehouse of the memory system longtermmemory
Incorporating misleading info into ones memory of an event misinformationeffect
memory that holds a few items briefly shorttermemory
activation, often unconsciously of associations in memory priming
Memory aids, techniques that use vivid imagery and organizational devices mnemonics