Some Two-Process Models for Memory
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Some Two-Process Models for Memory


A general theoretical framework is developed in which to view memory and learning.  The basic model is presented in terms of a memory system having two central components: a transient-memory buffer and a long-term store. . . . The model is applied to a set of experiments on paired-associate memory with good success.

This paper was read at the Symposium on Mathematical Models of Psychological Processes, XVIII International Congress of Psychology, Moscow, USSR, August, 1966.

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