Gatkinsonshiffrin1971 sensory store shortterm store

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Unformatted text preview: rd2 Counting (10s) … “Recall” * recency effects are observed in the CD task these recency effects can’t be due to STM 3) Carlesimo et al (1996) – recency effects in amnesia ‐ STM recency effects in immediate controls free recall (IFR) ‐ LTM recency effects in continuous distractor (CD) recall * amnesics show normal short‐term recency effects (IFR), but abnormal long‐term recency effects (CD) only STM recency effects are preserved in amnesia amnesics 9 Evaluating the Modal Model (e.g., Atkinson & Shiffrin, 1971) Sensory Store Short Term Store Long Term Store 1) Is th...
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