Person memory and judgment.

  title={Person memory and judgment.},
  author={Thomas K. Srull and Robert S. Wyer},
  journal={Psychological review},
  volume={96 1},
Two general types of information about a person are considered in this article: One pertains to specific behaviors a person has manifested, and the other refers to more abstract personality dispositions or behavioral tendencies. A theoretical model of person memory that incorporates both types of information is developed. The model accounts for a large number of factors that are known to affect the recall of social information, the making of interpersonal judgments, and the relation between… CONTINUE READING
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