Chess Working Memory and Chunking Experiment

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What effect explains our tendency to remember words near the beginning of a list well?

In the context of working memory, why did the chess master perform much better than the novice in the MIDDLE GAME condition?

Which type of memory is responsible for the recency effect, where we tend to remember words near the end of a list well?

What term describes the phenomenon where we remember words near the end of a list well?

Why did the patient H.M. have impaired long-term memory?

What is the main difference between explicit and implicit memory?

How do short-term memory and long-term memory differ in terms of coding information?

What was the main contribution of lesion studies to the understanding of short-term and long-term memory?

What is the purpose of short-term memory according to the multiple stage model of memory?

How do long-term and short-term memories interact based on the information provided?

What is 'chunking' in the context of memory processes?

How does the Atkinson & Shiffrin model explain the relationship between working memory and long-term memory?

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Explore a study where chess players of different skill levels were tested on their working memory by reconstructing a chess board after a brief viewing. Understand how prior knowledge and chunking affect working memory in chess players. Based on a study by Chase & Simon in 1973.

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