Title Description Interviewee Producer Duration
Dual task interference The dual-task interference paradigm is one of the hallmarks of Baddeley's approach to working memory. It assumes that if a task selectively interferes with a particular type of processing but not with another type of processing, then those two... Alan Baddeley goCognitive 00:06:39
Rehearsal in the visual-spatial sketchpad While the role of rehearsal is easy to understand in speech related tasks, it is more difficult to see how rehearsal works in the visuo-spatial domain. Does rehearsal consist of eye movements? Robert Logie, one of the collaborators of Baddeley,... Alan Baddeley goCognitive 00:03:17
The development of the working memory model Where did the working memory model come from and how did it get started? Baddeley describes in detail how he and Graham Hitch published the original model in the context of many existing, early cognitive models of short term memory and the widely... Alan Baddeley goCognitive 00:10:02
The evolution of the model Baddeley describes the historic evolution of his working memory model through the last 40 years. Each iteration and modification of the model has given rise to slightly different ways of communicating the models visually. The sequence of different... Alan Baddeley goCognitive 00:08:58