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Multi-Store Model of Memory

Atknison and Shiffrin's classic model from the seventies
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Ian Harris

on 18 October 2013

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Transcript of Multi-Store Model of Memory

The Multi Store Model of Human Memory
Essential ingredients:
The Multi-store model of memory has 3 stores and 4 processes
Sense Memory
Attention
Short Term Memory (STM)
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Long Term Memory (LTM)
Encoding
Retrieval
Large capacity, brief duration, multi-modal or non-encoded store for holding data from the sensory systems
Small capacity, relatively brief duration primarily acoustically encoded store of perceptions.
large capacity, relatively long duration semantically encoded store of concepts.
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Sperling (1960) used a cued recall experiment to show that iconic sense memory has a very brief duration - 250-500 milliseconds.
It also supports the idea that sense memory is rich in detail and therefore of a large capacity.
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