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Investigating the episodic buffer
A brief account is presented of the three-component working memory model proposed by Baddeley and Hitch. This is followed by an account of some of the problems it encountered in explaining how information from different subsystems with different codes could be combined, and how it was capable of communicating with long-term memory. In order to account for these, a fourth component was proposed, the episodic buffer. This was assumed to be a multidimensional store of limited capacity that can bedoi:10.5334/pb-50-3-4-223 fatcat:ywhvg3im6fdxbkwvbvazaqdovy