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Peterson & Peterson, 1959
Used consonant trigrams to find evidence for the duration of the STM.
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Sperling, 1960
Primacy and recency effect shows evidence for Sensory memory.
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Conrad, 1964
Encoding in the STM is acoustic.
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Glanzer & Cunitz, 1966
There is a distinction between the STM and the LTM.
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Baddeley, 1966
Encoding in the LTM is semantic.
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Baddeley et al. 1973
Evidence for the visuo-spatial sketchpad.
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Baddeley, Thomson & Buchanan, 1975
Evidence for the phonological loop due to the 'word length effect'.
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Loftus & Palmer, 1974
Verb manipulation leads to misleading information, affecting accuracy of EWT.
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Loftus, 1975
Misleading information can affect accuracy of EWT.
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List, 1986
People have a reconstructive memory called a Schema.
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Poole & Lindsay, 2001
Children have poor source monitoring. Age can affect accuracy of EWT.
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