SHORT-TERM MEMORY: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA
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The bibliography is divided into 12 areas as follows 1 Information Theory 2 Proactive and Retroactive Interference and Interpolated Activities 3 Set, Subject-Strategies, and Coding Techniques 4 Paired-Associate Studies 5 Simultaneous Listening and Memory Span Studies 6 Rate and Mode of Stimulus Presentation 7 Rate and Order of Recall, and Serial and Sequential Tasks 8 Methods, Theory, and Review Articles 9 Meaningfulness, Degree of Learning, and Stimulus Organization 10 Age Differences 11 Comparisons of Short-Term Memory and Long-Term Memory and 12 Perceptual Studies. There are 170 articles annotated in the bibliography and extensive cross-indexing to facilitate location of articles. Although the earliest study included is dated 1910, the majority of articles were published in the period from 1959 through 1964. Author