Cue-dependancy Theory (Tulving, 1972)
Theory is based around Tulving's _______ SPECIFICITY PRINCIPLE which states, 'the greater the similiarity between the encoding event and _______ event, the greater the likelihood of recalling the original memory.'
Examples of context-dependant forgetting:
|2.||Context-dependant Memory Experiment (Godden & _______, 1975) ___ participants, field experiment Aim: to investigate whether a natural environment can act as a ____ for recall Findings: recall was about _____ higher when the learning and recall contexts were the _____ Conclusion: environment can act as a contextual cue for ______|
Evaluation of Context-dependant Memory Experiment
Repression is one of our brain's defence _________.
Freud believed that these blocked memories remain active in the unconcious mind and can trigger inexplained ______ illness, or inexplicable and abnormal behaviours.
KEY ISSUE - Eye Witness Testimony
Reasons why it's accurate: