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Psychology Lab Report: Short Term Memory

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This psychology lab report investigates the syllabus topic of memory specifically focusing on Short Term memory and Atkinson and Shiffrins model. This may be a possible assignment in the Year 12 ATAR Psychology course and I received an A grade on this research lab report with 81%, I am also the top of psychology at my school.

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Memory Cognitive science Cognition Learning Serial position effect Recall Free recall Short-term memory Long-term memory Storage Encoding Forgetting Alysia Fogliani
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Memory Cognitive science Cognition Learning Serial position effect Recall Free recall Short-term memory Long-term memory Storage Encoding Forgetting Alysia Fogliani
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Ten voluntarily participating year 12 students at St. Norbert College in Queenspark underwent the experiment whereby a session during the lunch hour in- volved them sitting an automated serial positioning test. A 14 word list was shown to participants in 2 second intervals before they were instructed to write a list of all they recalled. Recall lists of participants were later collected and collated into a frequency graph. Through background of Atkinson and Shiffren’s (1968) multi-store model of memory, the serial positioning test results of this study provided support for the hypothesised primacy effect, whereby words at the beginning of the list were recalled due to rehearsal i...
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