Models of Short-term Memory
This volume offers a collection of the theoretical perspectives that represent the cutting edge of theorising in the area of short-term memory. The contributors, all with long-standing international reputations in this area, have provided overviews of models of short-term memory that are driving current research and thinking in the area, with particular emphasis placed on the detailed description of the functioning of the models.
This book will appeal to active researchers in the area of memory, to graduate students, and to academics who wish to update their knowledge of this highly active and fast-developing area of research and theory. Although the book is primarily designed for this advanced study market, the lucid style adopted by the contributors in providing overviews of their models of short-term memory will also appeal to final-year undergraduate students studying in this area.
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acoustic activation articulatory loop Baddeley Burgess changing-state Cognition Cognitive Psychology component correlation decay deficit disruption echoic memory errors evidence Experimental Psychology frequency function Gathercole Hitch Hulme immediate memory impairment input irrelevant speech Journal of Experimental Journal of Memory Journal of Verbal Lawrence Erlbaum Associates lexical list items list length list of span list position Little's Law long-term memory Memory and Language memory span memory system Murdock n-gram nonword repetition number of items output patients pattern phonemic similarity phonological loop phonological representations phonological similarity phonologically related phonotactic predicted presented primacy effect processing processor PSTM Quarterly Journal queueing recency effect recoding rehearsal response Saffran semantic sequence serial order serial position serial recall Shallice short-term memory span tasks speech perception spoken stimuli storage structure subjects subvocal suggested syllable TODAM trace Vallar vectors Verbal Behavior Verbal Learning visual vocabulary vowel word length effect wordlikeness