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- n. what you can repeat immediately after perceiving it
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As a result, almost every message entering short-term memory has to undergo a process called recoding.
That place in your mind where things stop off is called short-term memory because it holds things for such a short time.
short attention span short-term memory and attention controls breakdown points in extending the life of data in and long-term memory new data in rate of incoming data in recoding in rehearsal strategies in sequential space crunch in wrong information filed in siblings, comparisons of sight vocabulary significance detection sleep, and long-term memory sleep-arousal control sleep problems social behaviors social cognitive weakness social cues, interpretation of social initiation social language function social output
Thanks to the widespread use of drugs that enhance intelligence while they simultaneously eradicate short-term memory retention and even long-term memory traces, the upper echelons of Pearlman's future are all addled savants whose lives stay on track only thanks to Meminet.
In 1956, George A. Miller presented the idea that short-term memory which is the information we need to have available in order to consciously attend to a specific task could hold only five to nine “chunks” of information.
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