2 edition of Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act found in the catalog.
Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act
Ross L. Pepper
Bibliography: p. 17-18.
|Statement||by Ross L. Pepper and Louis M. Herman.|
|Series||Journal of experimental psychology monograph supplement ;, v. 83, no. 2, pt. 2|
|Contributions||Herman, Louise M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QP406 .P46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||79102374|
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Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act. Pepper RL, Herman LM. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Analysis of Variance; Female; Humans; Male; Memory, Short-Term* Motor Activity; Physical Exertion* Verbal LearningCited by: Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act.
Citation. Pepper, R. L., & Herman, L. Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 83(2, Pt.2), Cited by: Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act.
Decay and Interference Effects in the Short-Term Retention of a Discrete Motor ActCited by: Mar 01, · Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor awordathought.com by: DECAY AND INTERFERENCE EFFECTS IN MOTOR SHORT-TERM MEMORY R.
MARTENIUK and G. DIEWERT University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Received December Trace decay and interference effects in motor short-term memory were investigated by contrasting the predictions of two recent models (Pepper and Herman ; Laabs ) in regard to these two Cited by: 1.
Decay and interference effects on short term retention of a discrete motor act - Page DECAY AND INTERFERENCE EFFECTS IN THE SHORT-TERM RETENTION OF A DISCRETE MOTOR ACT1 ROSS L. PEPPER 2 AND LOUIS M. HERMAN» University of Hawaii The short-term retention of force responses was.
The purpose of the present study was to show whether interference theory and/or trace decay theory account for the forgetting found in motor short-term memory. One variable was the number of prior responses (0 to 6) which the S experienced on a linear slide apparatus; another variable was the length of the retention interval (5, 40, and 75 sec).Cited by: 7.
Download full text in PDF Download. Share. ExportCited by: Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen BradfordAuthor: Dominic W.
Massaro. Nov 05, · Decay and interference effects in short-term retention of a discrete motor act. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 83 (Monograph Supplement 2). The effects of time and distance on accuracy of target-directed locomotion: Does an accurate short-term memory for spatial location exist.
Journal of Motor Behavior, 20, –Cited by: Aug 13, · The existence of inter-item interference was demonstrated in an experiment investigating proactive inhibition in motor short-term memory.
Blindfolded subjects moved a slide to a stop and then attempted to replace the slide in the correct (criterion) location with the stop awordathought.com by: 7. Apr 01, · Pepper, R, Herman, L M, “Decay and interference in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act” Journal of Experimental Psychology, Monograph Series 83, whole number Google Scholar Poulton, E C, “Models for judging sensory magnitude” Psychological Bulletin 86 Cited by: Wikipedia:School and university projects/Psyc w10/Group2 Jump to Healey and Bourne found that Retroactive Interference also effects retention of motor Overall Smith concluded that memory decline appears with increased age with long-term memory forgetting rather than short-term memory forgetting and short-term memory was unaffected.
The Interference theory is a theory regarding human memory. Interference occurs in learning. It is the notion that memories encoded in long-term memory are forgotten, and cannot be retrieved into short-term memory. This is because of either memory interfering, or hampering, one another.
There is an immense number of encoded memories within the storage of LTM. The challenge for memory retrieval. Short-term memory has a limited duration (of about 18 seconds) when rehearsal is prevented. It is thought that this information is lost from short-term memory from trace decay. The results of the study also show the short-term memory is different from long-term memory in terms of duration.
short-term memory is also called working memory b. people vary in their short-term memory capacities, but people can increase their capacity by using chunking or other techniques c. short-term memory allows a person to process and retain newly acquired information for about 30 seconds d. use of maintenance rehearsal can extend short-term memory.
(11) Even in the absence of interference, a variety of biochemical processes give rise to the decay of short-term neural change and therefore the gradual loss of the memory trace over time. This pattern of interference and decay continues during processing of both the second and third awordathought.com by: "The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two"-presented at the American psychological association convention in Illustrated that adult short term memory is between 5 & 9 chunks.
Since that time research has not been able to disprove the contents of this. Tustin's method uses the bilinear transformation to convert a continuous model to discrete time.
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Paradigms that reveal the role of.Oct 01, · The experiments examined the effects of viewing distance, prediction distance, and stimulus velocity upon the accuracy and variability of performance. Pepper, R. L., Herman, L. M. Decay and interference effects in the short-term retention of a discrete motor act.
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