A connectionist model of short-term cued recall

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Tehan, Gerald and Fallon, Anthony B.. 1999. "A connectionist model of short-term cued recall." Wiles, Janet and Dartnall, Terry (ed.) Perspectives on cognitive science: theories, experiments, and foundations. Stamford, CT. United States. Ablex Publishing Corporation. pp. 221-237
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A connectionist model of short-term cued recall

Book Chapter CategoryEdited book (chapter)
Book TitlePerspectives on cognitive science: theories, experiments, and foundations
AuthorsTehan, Gerald (Author) and Fallon, Anthony B. (Author)
EditorsWiles, Janet and Dartnall, Terry
Page Range221-237
SeriesPerspectives on cognitive science
Chapter Number11
Number of Pages17
Year1999
PublisherAblex Publishing Corporation
Place of PublicationStamford, CT. United States
ISBN9781567503821
Abstract

In the current chapter we are primarily interested in the mechanisms and processes underlying short-term recall. Short-term recall differs in many respects from long-term recall. In the first part of the chapter, we describe the unique characteristics of short-term recall, but also provide evidence that long-term memory influences short-term recall (Waugh & Norman, 1965). This necessitates the development of a model of short-term recall that incorporates both short-term and long-term effects. We then describe how Chappell and Humphreys' (1994) connectionist model of long-term memory might be adapted to handle short-term effects and then provide some empirical data that supports one of the unique features of this model.

ANZSRC Field of Research 2020520499. Cognitive and computational psychology not elsewhere classified
520102. Educational psychology
520203. Cognitive neuroscience
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