08-01 W. W. Norton. 08-03 Petersen, L.R., and Petersen, M.R., Short-term retention of individual verbal items, Journal of Experimental Psychology 58 (1959):
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08-05 Atkinson, R.C., and Shiffrin, R.M., Human Memory: A Proposed System and Its Control Processes, in Spence, K.W., and Spence, J.T. (Eds.), The Psychology of Learning and Motivation, Vol. 2. New York: Academic Press, 1968, _pp. 89–195. Adapted by permission of the publisher.
Patient H.M. “Right now I'm wondering, Have I done or said anything amiss? You see, at this moment everything looks unclear to me, but what happened just before? That's what worries me. It's like waking from a dream; I just don't remember.” “Every day is alone in itself, whatever enjoyment I've had, and whatever sorrow I've had.” -- H.M.
Working/Short-term Memory –Can carry on a normal conversation –Normal memory span Intelligence and Language Normal –Note that some of these rely on spared retrograde memory (vocabulary, math rules, etc)
Skill Learning –“motor, perceptual, or cognitive operations or procedures that are typically acquired through an incremental and slow process of repetition. –Mirror reading –Rotary Pursuit –Artificial Grammar Learning –Perceptual Classification –Tower of Hanoi (not reliable!)