Short-Term Memory: Annotated Bibliography

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wat 10/5/2015 Annotated Bibliography "Our memories for events are often different than what happened" Jones, G., & Macken, B. (2015). Questioning short-term memory and its measurement: Why digit span measures long-term associative learning. Cognition, 1441-13. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2015.07.009 This article provides information on verbal short-term memory. Also, it explains the differences in performance for different types of verbal material by the inherent characteristics of the verbal items making up memory sequences. It is mentioned how short term memory in different types of experience with sequences of different types is supposedly controlled by studied exclusion by presenting numerous trials constructed from…show more content…
(2009). Post-event information affects children’s autobiographical memory after one year. Law And Human Behavior, 33(4), 344- 355. doi:10.1007/s10979-008-9147-7 Based on this article two experiments were conducted. Experiment 1 was given to children ages 4-6 and memory test was given 15 months later. Based on the memory test the post event information appeared to be decreasing by the long term test. Experiment 2 tested recognition memory among 4-9 years old, and then tested at 10 months. The results concluded that children memory was affected 1 year later. This source is reliable because it came from a scholarly source. This source however is not biased but rather objective because it explains two different experiments and all children not specifically one gender. This source fits my research because it conducts two different experiments due to memory of the past. The goal of this experiment was to determine how much memory was recalled after a certain period of time. This was a good source and it will back up my…show more content…
According to the article it reported that there were no remarkable correlations between false recognition of words, faces or dots. These studies included misinformation false memory. Thought-out the research there were two experiments one examined false memories that were caused by two commonly used model that are misinformation and DRM (Deese–Roediger–McDermott). This was used on a large group of people. The second investigation was related between discrimination ability and response bias for two false memory. DRM can lead information affecting the phenomenon of a person’s recollection of a witnessed event that can be misleading information about the event. On the other hand, different techniques have also been shown to explain different types of false memories. The goal of this study should help to clarify the relationship between two types of false memories (encouraging by misinformation and DRM).This was a great source that will make my research so much better. It had statistics and results and very detailed information. This research wasn 't biased because the study was based on a large group of

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