Bloc de dibujo visoespacial

Este artículo necesita la atención de un psicólogo / experto académico en el tema. Por favor, ayude a reclutar uno, o mejore esta página usted mismo si está calificado. This banner appears on articles that are weak and whose contents should be approached with academic caution. Visuospatial Sketchpad is a component of Working Memory Model proposed by Alan Baddeley and Graham Hitch in 1974. The visuospatial sketchpad (VS) is the section of one's normal mental facility which provides a virtual environment for physical simulation, calculation, visualization and optical memory recall. It is important to note that the visuospatial sketchpad is part of the working memory, and it holds the information it gathers during the initial processing of it and if it is retrieved later from the long-term memory, to produce the recollection of an image (a place, someone's face, etc.) The degree of development and usage of the VS varies greatly from person to person. Some people use their visuospatial sketchpad often in normal thought processes, while others use it very little. It can be developed with practice using visualization and conscious effort, though everyone has their own limits of both patience and aptitude. As with all other aspects of memory, the more one tries to use the visuospatial sketchpad, the easier it will be. The mind can be "trained" to strengthen the response, and by doing exercises of visual recall, one can strengthen the VS to produce much sharper, clearer images on demand. Overtime, the recollection of one image can change from a general recall to one with crisp detail through practice and patience. Logie's elaboration of the visuospatial sketchpad Logie has proposed that the visuospatial sketchpad can be further subdivided into two components: The visual cache, which stores information about form and color. The inner scribe, which deals with spatial and movement information. It also rehearses information in the visual cache and transfers information to the central executive.[1] Three main findings provide evidence for the distinction between visual and spatial parts of the visuospatial sketchpad: There is less interference between visual and spatial tasks than between two visual tasks or two spatial tasks.[2] Brain damage can influence one of the components without influencing the other.[3] Results from brain-imaging show that working memory tasks with visual objects activate mostly areas in the left hemisphere, whereas tasks with spatial information activate more areas in the right hemisphere.[4] See also Visual short-term memory Visuospatial ability This boxview• talk• edit Memory Types of memory Articulatory suppression‎ | Auditory memory| Autobiographical memory| Collective memory| Early memories| Echoic Memory| Eidetic memory| memoria episódica| Episodic-like memory | Explicit memory |Exosomatic memory| False memory|Flashbulb memory| Iconic memory| Implicit memory| Institutional memory| Long term memory| Music-related memory| Memoria procedimental| Prospective memory| Repressed memory| Retrospective memory| Semantic memory| Sensory memory| Short term memory| Spatial memory| State-dependent memory| Tonal memory| Transactive memory| Transsaccadic memory| Verbal memory| Visual memory | Visuospatial memory| memoria de trabajo| Aspects of memory Childhood amnesia| Cryptomnesia|Cued recall| Eye-witness testimony| Memory and emotion| Forgetting|Forgetting curve| Free recall| Levels-of-processing effect| Consolidación de la memoria|Memory decay| Memory distrust syndrome|Inhibición de la memoria| Memoria y olfato| Memory for the future| Memory loss| Memory optimization| Memory trace| Mnemonic| Memory biases| Modality effect| Tip of the tongue| Lethologica| Memory loss|Cebado| Efecto de primacía| Reconstrucción| Proactive interference| Incitación| Efectos recientes| Recuerdo (aprendizaje) | Reconocimiento (aprendizaje) | Reminiscence| Retention| Retroactive interference| Efecto de posición en serie| Retiro en serie| Source amnesia| Memory theory Atkinson-Shiffrin| Baddeley| CLARION| Decay theory| Dual-coding theory| Interference theory|Consolidación de la memoria| Memory encoding| Memory-prediction framework| Forgetting| Recuerdo| Reconocimiento| Mnemonics Method of loci| Mnemonic room system| Mnemonic dominic system| aprendizaje mnemotécnico| Mnemonic link system|Mnemonic major system| Mnemonic peg system| [[]] |[[]] | Neuroanatomy of memory Amygdala| Hippocampus| corteza prefrontal| Neurobiology of working memory| Neurophysiology of memory| Rhinal cortex| Synapses|[[]] | Neurochemistry of memory Glutamatergic system| of short term memory| [[]] |[[]] | [[]] | [[]] | [[]] | [[]] |[[]] | Developmental aspects of memory Prenatal memory| |Childhood memory| Memory and aging| [[]] | [[]] | Memory in clinical settings Alcohol amnestic disorder| Amnesia| Dissociative fugue| False memory syndrome| False memory| Hyperthymesia| Memory and aging| Memory disorders| Memory distrust syndrome Repressed memory Traumatic memory| Retention measures Benton| CAMPROMPT| Implicit memory testing| Indirect tests of memory| MAS| Memory tests for children| MÁRMOL| Rey-15| Rivermead| TOMM| Wechsler| WMT| WRAML2| Treating memory problems CBT| EMDR| Psychotherapy| Recovered memory therapy|Reminiscence therapy| Memory clinic| Memory training| Rewind technique| Prominant workers in memory|- Baddeley| Broadbent|Ebbinghaus| Kandel|McGaugh| Schacter| Treisman| Tulving| Philosophy and historical views of memory Aristotle| [[]] |[[]] |[[]] |[[]] | [[]] | [[]] | [[]] | Miscellaneous Journals| Aprendizaje, Memoria, y cognición|Journal of Memory and Language|Memoria|Memory and Cognition| [[]] | [[]] | [[]] | Esta página utiliza contenido con licencia Creative Commons de Wikipedia (ver autores).  -analisaLogie, R.H.(1995). Visuo-spatial working memory, Hove, REINO UNIDO: Lawrence Eribaum Associates. ↑ (2004). Double dissociations in visual and spatial short-term memory. Revista de Psicología Experimental: General 133: 355–381. ↑ mentioned in: HTTP:// EE, Jonides J (Junio 1997). memoria de trabajo: a view from neuroimaging. Cogn Psychol 33 (1): 5–42.

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