Baddeley's model

Baddeley's model

A model which seeks to explain the architecture of working memory, where short-term memory is viewed as having three components:
• Central executive—supervises and controls information flow to and from its slave systems, which are short-term stores dedicated to verbal and visuospatial content and episodes;
• Phonological loop;
• Visuospatial scratch pad.
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The history of the major theories and models of working memory, including Baddeley's model