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one of the subsystems postulated in Alan Baddeley’s multicomponent model of WORKING MEMORY, specialized for the temporary storage of verbal information. It consists of a phonological store and an articulatory rehearsal process. The phonological store can hold speech-based information, subject to a rapid decay. The articulatory rehearsal process can refresh the decaying representation by reading it off and feeding it back to the store. It also serves to convert visually presented information (such as written words) into phonological codes and register them into the phonological store.
Synonyms: phonological loop
Learning and Memory
RPoldrack about five years ago.

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    "Initial definition retrieved from http://www.bookrags.com/tandf/articulatory-loop-tf/"
    NPicchetti (about six years ago)

    Term History

    REVISION 4

    Definition contributed by CWhite about six years ago:(also referred to as the ‘phonological loop’), is one of the subsystems postulated in Alan Baddeley’s multicomponent model of WORKING MEMORY, specialized for the temporary storage of verbal information. It consists of a phonological store and an articulatory rehearsal process. The phonological store can hold speech-based information, subject to a rapid decay. The articulatory rehearsal process can refresh the decaying representation by reading it off and feeding it back to the store. It also serves to convert visually presented information (such as written words) into phonological codes and register them into the phonological store.

    REVISION 3

    Definition contributed by BGregory about six years ago:(also referred to as the ‘phonological loop’), is one of the subsystems postulated in Alan Baddeley’s multicomponent model of WORKING MEMORY, specialized for the temporary storage of verbal information, consisting of two sub-components, a phonological store and an articulatory rehearsal process. The phonological store can hold speech-based information, subject to a rapid decay. The articulatory rehearsal process can refresh the decaying representation by reading it off and feeding it back to the store. It also serves to convert visually presented information (such as written words) into phonological codes and register them into the phonological store.

    REVISION 2

    Definition contributed by BGregory about seven years ago:(also referred to as the ‘phonological loop’), is one of the subsystems postulated in Alan Baddeley’s multicomponent model of WORKING MEMORY, specialized for the temporary storage of verbal information, consisting of two sub-components, a phonological store and an articulatory rehearsal process. The phonological store can hold speech-based information, subject to a rapid decay. The articulatory rehearsal process can refresh the decaying representation by reading it off and feeding it back to the store. It also serves to convert visually presented information (such as written words) into phonological codes and register them into the phonological store. (from http://www.bookrags.com/tandf/articulatory-loop-tf/)

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    Definition contributed by SAdministrator about eight years ago:No definition submitted yet

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