MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge
Working Memoryby Alan D. Baddeley, Baddeley, Alan Braddlely
'Working memory' refers to the temporary storage of information that is necessary for such activities as learning, reasoning, and comprehension. Dr. Baddeley here describes the experiments that led to the abandonment of the concept of a unitary memory system and its replacement by a concept of working memory.
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