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The episodic buffer: a new component of working memory?
  • A. Baddeley
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Trends in Cognitive Sciences
  • 1 November 2000
TLDR
The revised model differs from the old principally in focussing attention on the processes of integrating information, rather than on the isolation of the subsystems, which provides a better basis for tackling the more complex aspects of executive control in working memory. Expand
Working memory: looking back and looking forward
  • A. Baddeley
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nature Reviews Neuroscience
  • 1 October 2003
The concept of working memory proposes that a dedicated system maintains and stores information in the short term, and that this system underlies human thought processes. Current views of workingExpand
Working memory: theories, models, and controversies.
  • A. Baddeley
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Annual review of psychology
  • 2012
I present an account of the origins and development of the multicomponent approach to working memory, making a distinction between the overall theoretical framework, which has remained relativelyExpand
Working Memory, Thought, and Action
1. Introduction and overview 2. Why do we need a phonological loop? 3. The phonological loop: challenges and growing points 4. Visuospatial short-term memory 5. Imagery and the visuospatial sketchpadExpand
Working memory and language: an overview.
  • A. Baddeley
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of communication disorders
  • 1 May 2003
TLDR
An attempt is made to link the model to its role in both normal and disordered language functions, with particular reference to implications for both the normal processing of language, and its potential disorders. Expand
Exploring the Central Executive
The central executive component of working memory is a poorly specified and very powerful system that could be criticized as little more than a homunculus. A research strategy is outlined thatExpand
Human Memory: Theory and Practice
Why Do We Need Memory? Perceiving and Remembering. How Many Kinds of Memory? The Evidence for STM. The Role of Memory in Cognition - Working Memory. Visual Memory and the Visuo-spatial Sketchpad.Expand
Is working memory still working?
  • A. Baddeley
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American psychologist
  • 1 June 2002
TLDR
Hitch's multicomponent working memory model has proved valuable in accounting for data from a wide range of participant groups under a rich array of task conditions and on the processes allowing the integration of information from the component subsystems. Expand
The phonological loop as a language learning device.
TLDR
It is proposed that the primary purpose for which the phonological loop evolved is to store unfamiliar sound patterns while more permanent memory records are being constructed, and its use in retaining sequences of familiar words is, it is argued, secondary. Expand
Short-term Memory for Word Sequences as a Function of Acoustic, Semantic and Formal Similarity
  • A. Baddeley
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 November 1966
TLDR
A large and significant effect of acoustic similarity was shown on short-term memory of sequences of words which had a similar letter structure but were pronounced differently, with acoustically similar but formally dissimilar words and with control sequences. Expand
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