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Encoding in the memory refers to how the information is stored.
 
   
Baddeley (1966) investigated how informaion is encoded into short-term and long-term memories.
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Encoding in the [[memory]] refers to how the information is stored.
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Baddeley (1966) investigated how information is encoded into [[short term memory|short-term]] and [[long-term memories]].
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In short-term memory the information is normally stored acoustically (as sound) as opposed to LTM where the infomation is normally stored semantically (as meaning).
 
In short-term memory the information is normally stored acoustically (as sound) as opposed to LTM where the infomation is normally stored semantically (as meaning).
   
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Main article: Human information storage

Encoding in the memory refers to how the information is stored.

Baddeley (1966) investigated how information is encoded into short-term and long-term memories.

In short-term memory the information is normally stored acoustically (as sound) as opposed to LTM where the infomation is normally stored semantically (as meaning).


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