to edit and comment
a collaborative knowledge base characterizing the state of current thought in Cognitive Science.
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.


phonological loop

Definition contributed by Anonymous

Asserted relationships to other concepts

articulatory loop
is a kind of

  • rehearsal loop
  • articulatory loop
    is a part of

  • working memory
  • are a kind of
    articulatory loop

    No associations
    are a part of
    articulatory loop

    No associations

    Tasks that are asserted to measure articulatory loop

    Task Contrast Measure