Human Memory: Basic Processes provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of human memory. This book provides a general theoretical framework for human memory, information processing, and retrieval. Organized into seven chapters, this book begins with an overview of the permanent features of memory. This text then outlines several experimental findings that support a multiple-store model of memory, with emphasis on the free recall with extension made to other recall tasks. Other chapters describe the results of a number of experiments designed to test specific models that can be obtained from the overall theory. This book discusses as well the permanent, structural features of the memory system. The final chapter deals with the representation of the memory trace of an event in terms that are compatible with the multicomponent theory. This book is a valuable resource for advanced students in experimental psychology. Psychological researchers will also find this book useful.The Ted -----agt;====--agt;====- lag b = O S-e lag b = | TO 3 * SS--agt; TO 8 - _s^ lag b = 4 alt; *--- lag b = 9 - l l l al l 1 l l | 3 4, 5 6, 7 8, 9 IO, I, 12 [3+ LAG a four curves have not been lumped over all values of lag b because we wish to indicate how the U- shaped effect changes with ... Theoretical Analysis A brief review of the model is in order. ... N items (whose stimulus is not currently in the buffer) enter the buffer with probability a if they are also new items (i.e., receiving their first reinforcement ).
|Author||:||Gordon H. Bower|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2013-10-22|