Retention characteristics of motor short-term memory cues.

@article{Marteniuk1973RetentionCO,
  title={Retention characteristics of motor short-term memory cues.},
  author={Ronald G. Marteniuk},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={1973},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={249-59}
}
The retention characteristics of several cues thought to underlie movement reproduction ability were examined and the results were discussed in terms of two models of motor short-term memory (Laabs, 1973; Pepper & Herman, 1970). Trace decay was indexed by constant error and not variable error. It appeared that the movement cues studied all had access to the central processing capacity in that forgetting did not occur until rehearsal was blocked by the introduction of a secondary task. However… CONTINUE READING

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