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Craik and Lockhart (1972)

put forward the levels of processingmodel of memory, as a counterpoint to the multi-store model of memory. Memory is seen as a product of the depth of processingand encoding of information; for instance shallow processingor deep processing (e.g. semantic processing).

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June 22nd 2021

cognitive neuroscience

a hybrid discipline aimed at identifying the biologicalbases of cognitive processes by combining techniques forthe study of cognitive processes with measures of physiological processes.