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Auditory And Visual Sensory Stores: A Recognition Task, James Barr Richardson Jun 1972

Auditory And Visual Sensory Stores: A Recognition Task, James Barr Richardson

Dissertations and Theses

A probe-stimulus recognition technique was used to test hypothesized differences in visual and auditory sensory memory storage. Lists of alphabetical letters were presented visually or auditorially, each followed by a visual or auditory probe. Performance on the auditory lists was predicted to be better than on the visual lists. Moreover, auditory lists followed by a visual probe (AV) were expected to show a decrement in performance in comparison to auditory 1istaud~tory probe tasks (AA). Visual lists followed by an auditory probe (VA) were likewise expected to result in a decrement in performance in comparison to visual list-visual probe tasks ...


Short-Term Memory For Auditory Digit Sequences As A Function Of Systematic Manipulation Of Encoding Technique, Digit Duration, And Interdigit Interval, John G. Miscik May 1972

Short-Term Memory For Auditory Digit Sequences As A Function Of Systematic Manipulation Of Encoding Technique, Digit Duration, And Interdigit Interval, John G. Miscik

Student Work

The experiment tested whether short term retention for auditory digit sequences could be improved by efficient encoding techniques (ET) and increases in either digit duration (DD) or interdigit interval (IDI). All three hypotheses received strong support from the data. In addition, analysis of interactions between length of retention interval (RI) and DD, IDI, and ET led to the conclusions that longer DD and IDI permit increased resistance to forgetting during RI, while efficient ET improves retention regardless of RI.


Modality Encoding In Memory , Merry West Salehi Jan 1972

Modality Encoding In Memory , Merry West Salehi

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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Recall From Iconic Memory As A Function Of Cued Attribute, Cue Set Size, And Delay Of Report , Drew Carson Appleby Jan 1972

Recall From Iconic Memory As A Function Of Cued Attribute, Cue Set Size, And Delay Of Report , Drew Carson Appleby

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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