The Psychology of Memory—1969: A Bibliography

@article{Levy1971ThePO,
  title={The Psychology of Memory—1969: A Bibliography},
  author={C. Michael Levy and Karen D. Lam},
  journal={Perceptual and Motor Skills},
  year={1971},
  volume={33},
  pages={799 - 830}
}
An alphabetical listing of articles on the psychology of memory for the year 1969 is presented. 
8 Citations
Delayed Auditory Feedback Effects on Twenty-Four-Hour Retention of Prose
2 groups of 10 college students read prose material aloud into a microphone; one group received delayed auditory feedback. The accuracy of written recalls obtained 24 hr. later was superior for theExpand
Frequency-Threshold Relation with Association Value Controlled
  • H. Rodewald
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perceptual and motor skills
  • 1969
TLDR
An experiment was performed in which the tachistoscopic recognition threshold for nonsense syllables was the dependent variable and the findings as an extension of earlier work and as evidence for a perceptual factor in the frequency-threshold relation were discussed. Expand
Recognition of Alphabetical Arrays Presented in the Right and Left Visual Fields
  • R. Fudin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perceptual and motor skills
  • 1969
TLDR
An investigation into the dynamics of scanning indicated that these three letters are more advantageously situated when presented in the RVF, bringing into question the use of the results obtained from the successive mode of stimulus presentation as evidence for Hebb's notion of a cell assembly. Expand
Reanalysis and Critique of “Sensory Discrimination” as an Ability Component of the Blind
TLDR
The ability structure of the blind needs considerably more research before any conclusions can be drawn without extreme caution, and major methodological issues about Juurmaa's analyses are raised. Expand
Auditory Prompting in Assessing Availability of Responses in Recall
TLDR
Experimental data showed the signal-to-noise ratio of auditory prompts required for recall was inversely related to the number of practice trials. Expand
Repetition and Immediate Recall of Connected Discourse Practiced under Delayed Auditory Feedback
TLDR
DAF presentation of connected discourse produces a partial immediate inhibition of memory which is non-additive over repeated exposures and increased learning trials did not lead to increased memory loss. Expand
Psychological Functions in Relation to Lesion Size and Site in Cryothalamectomy for Parkinsonism
The relationship of number or size and site of unilaterally and bilaterally induced thalamic lesions to psychological changes in parkinsonians was assessed by means of quantifiable tests ofExpand
Parameters and Factor Structure of a Three-Phase Code Transformation Task (3P-COTRAN)
TLDR
In an experimental test of a 3-phase code transformation task, 90 Ss performed under 1 of the 6 combinations of 2 memory-aid and 3 transformation-complexity conditions, indicating that 2 memory aids were better in the problem-solving third phase of the task. Expand

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The Psychology of Memory—1967: A Bibliography
618 contributions to the psychology of memory and forgetting published in 1967 are listed.
Consistency of Assignment of Ratings in Recognition Memory
  • I. Pollack
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Perceptual and motor skills
  • 1965
It is demonstrated that Ss employ ratings in a consistent manner in recognition memory tasks when exposed to conditions yielding a wide range of recognition scores.
THE EFFECT OF SPACED REPETITION ON MEANINGFUL RETENTION.
TLDR
The effect of Spaced Repetition on Meaningful Retention is studied in more detail in this chapter than in previous chapters because the structure of the model changed during the study. Expand
An empirical comparison of two measures of intertrial organization in free recall
The extent to which Ss tended to recall a list of words in the same order on successive trials was described by the “subjective organization” and the “intertriai repetition” measures. TheExpand
Memory Span and Amount of Information
Information and Memory: The cybernetic (informational) approach defines memory as the memorizing, storing, and reproduction of information. This definition reflects the common characteristics ofExpand
Retrieval Time as a Function of Memory Ensemble Size
TLDR
The results support Sperling's (1967) suggestion of a recognition buffer-memory mechanism between the initial stimulus-encoding stage and the long-term memory stage of human information processing. Expand
The conceptual similarity effect in free recall
A sizable facilitative effect of conceptual similarity on free recall was obtained with a mixed-list technique. Subsequent to the first recall, related and unrelated words were learned at the sameExpand
Some Problems and Notes about Short-Term Memory
This note reviews evidence inconsistent with current theories of STM. Original data are repotted on Hebb's “activity trace” and on the role of RI and PI in STM. The note ends with a discussion of theExpand
The effects of recency and repetition on recall latencies
Abstract The time that it takes an individual to remember a specific item of verbal information was measured. The data indicate that recall latencies vary both with the interval since the item wasExpand
Concrete image and verbal memory codes
Hypothesized (1) that concrete (visual) imagery functions primarily as a parallel processing system, whereas the verbal symbolic system is specialized for sequential processing; and (2) thatExpand
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