Two storage mechanisms in free recall

@article{Glanzer1966TwoSM,
  title={Two storage mechanisms in free recall},
  author={M. Glanzer and A. R. Cunitz},
  journal={Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior},
  year={1966},
  volume={5},
  pages={351-360}
}
Two experiments were carried out to test the hypothesis that the bimodal serial position curve in free recall is produced by output from two storage mechanisms—short-term and long-term. Experimental operations were applied that were predicted to have a distinct effect on each of these mechanisms, and the changes in the serial position curve were observed. In the first experiment, presentation rate and repetition of individual words were varied in order to affect long-term storage and thereby… Expand
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