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Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968)
They created the multi-store model which was designed to explain how moemory works. the model proposes that memory is comprised of three stores and explains the processes involved in moving information between these stores.
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Sperling (1960)
He flashed a 3x4 grid of letters on the screen for 1/20 of a second, once the grid was gone he asked the participants to recall letters from one row as which was indicated by a sound. Recall of the letters in the indicated row was 75%.
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Miller (1956)
Miller stated that most people have a digit span of betwwen 5 and 9 digits. This later became know and "7+/-2".
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Peterson and Peterson (1959)
Participants had to recall triagrams. To prevent rehersal participants were asked to count backwards in three's from a specified random number until they saw a red light appear. They were asked to recall triagrams after intervals of 3,6,9,12,18 secs.
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Bahrick et al (1975)
He tested the memory of 392 graduates of a high school. Two tests-
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He flashed a 3x4 grid of letters on the screen for 1/20 of a second, once the grid was gone he asked the participants to recall letters from one row as which was indicated by a sound. Recall of the letters in the indicated row was 75%.

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Sperling (1960)

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Miller stated that most people have a digit span of betwwen 5 and 9 digits. This later became know and "7+/-2".

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Card 4

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Participants had to recall triagrams. To prevent rehersal participants were asked to count backwards in three's from a specified random number until they saw a red light appear. They were asked to recall triagrams after intervals of 3,6,9,12,18 secs.

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Card 5

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He tested the memory of 392 graduates of a high school. Two tests-

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