Working memory: looking back and looking forward

@article{Baddeley2003WorkingML,
  title={Working memory: looking back and looking forward},
  author={Alan Baddeley},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={4},
  pages={829-839}
}
Key PointsThe concept of working memory assumes that a limited capacity system temporarily stores information and thereby supports human thought processes. One prevalent model of working memory comprises three components: a central executive, a verbal storage system called the phonological loop, and a visual storage system called the visuospatial sketchpad.The phonological loop consists of a store that can hold memory traces for a few seconds, and an articulatory rehearsal process. Retrieval… CONTINUE READING
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