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The temporal capacity of verbal short-term memory An empirical study exploring the phonological loop by means of the irrelevant speech effort by Nakeung Lee

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Published by Verlag Dr. Kovač in Hamburg, Germany .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Auditory perception.,
  • Memory.,
  • Psychoacoustics.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesStudienreihe psychologische Forschungsergebnisse, 54
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF371 .L348 1999
The Physical Object
FormatSoftcover
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21172432M
ISBN 103-86064-973-6
OCLC/WorldCa45541051

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The capacity of serially-ordered auditory-verbal short-term memory (AVSTM) is sensitive to the timing of the material to be stored, and both temporal processing and AVSTM capacity are implicated in the development of language. We developed a novel “rehearsal-probe” task to investigate the relationship between temporal precision and the. The temporal capacity of verbal short-term memory An empirical study exploring the phonological loop by means of the irrelevant speech effort. Studienreihe psychologische Forschungsergebnisse, Band Hamburg , Seiten ISBN (Print). PDF | The capacity of serially-ordered auditory-verbal short-term memory (AVSTM) is sensitive to the timing of the material to be stored, and both | Find, read and cite all the research you. The effects of temporal grouping on auditory short-term memory are investigated, using pauses of different lengths to indicate the groups. No quantitative or qualitative differences were found between the shorter and longer pauses.

  Short term verbal memory (STVM) involves three components: capacity, duration, and encoding. Capacity refers to the amount of information a person can hold in their STVM; a typical rule of thumb is 7 items, +/- 2. capacity sufficiently (Reitman, ). Indeed, a careful analysis of of time-based decay in verbal short-term memory. Lewandowsky, Duncan, and Brown () have shown that altering recall speeds. Salame, P. & Baddeley, A. D. () Disruption of short-term memory by unattended speech: Implications for the structure of working memory. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal .   Short-term memory plays a vital role in shaping our ability to function in the world around us, but it is limited in terms of both capacity and duration. Disease and injury can also have an influence on the ability to store short-term memories as well as convert them into long-term memories.

One solution to this puzzle is that subjects with selective verbal short-term memory deficits from temporoparietal lesions retain their perceptual and comprehension abilities due to the sparing of the ventral stream pathways in the lateral temporal cortex, whereas the preservation of speech production is due to an unusual capacity in these. An experimental study of short-term memory for lists of familiar English words is reported. Lists of 10, 20, and 30 unrelated words were presented at a 1-sec. rate. Retention was measured by free recall after intervals of 0, 15 and 30 sec. A counting task was used to prevent rehearsal during the retention interval. H. Lee Swanson, Danielle Stomel, in Learning About Learning Disabilities (Fourth Edition), Everyday Memory. Although a consistent finding in the literature is that children with LD suffer deficiencies on verbal memory tasks as well as complex tasks that exceed the processing capacity of WM, conclusions are open to question because most of the findings are related to laboratory tasks. Relations between vocabulary development and verbal short-term memory: The relative importance of short-term memory for serial order and item information. (). Relationship between P amplitude and subsequent recall for distinctive events: dependence on type of distinctiveness attribute.