Short Term Memory Essays
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The short-term memory is the very first system we encounter when we decide to recall information at the conscious level. The system register also gets information for a brief moment at an unconcious level. But before information can be transferred to the long-term memory, it needs to undergo rehearsal. Rehearsal maintains the validity of a code of information in the short-term memory, rehearsal needs to be done often to keep the information for a long period. Chunking of words makes...
Research on short-term memory developed a wide range of new approaches based on previous concepts of information processing during the 1950s, including new techniques and theoretical approaches. The multi-store model developed by Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968) has generated tremendous amounts of research. It turned out, however, that the outcome of their research had several problems with their conceptions of the characteristics of short-term memory. There has been an attempt by psychologists to determine whether there is a connection between short-term...
The multi-store model of memory was proposed by Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968) and is a basic model. They suggested that memory comprised of three stores: a tactile register, transient memory (STM) and long-haul memory (LTM). This is one of the theories that I will be discussing alongside the working memory theory which was introduced by Baddeley & Hitch in 1974. The working memory theory argues that the picture of short-term memory (STM) provided by the multi-store model is far too...