MULTI-STORE MEMORY (ATKINSON AND SHIFFRIN)

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MULTI-STORE MEMORY (ATKINSON AND SHIFFRIN)
1 This theory describes memory consisting of three separate stores: Sensory memory, Short-term memory and long term memory
1.1 Sensory Memory - is a buffer for all the information received. This store holds sensory memory for a brief period until we decide to give it attention and transfer it to short-term memory
1.1.1 Short-term memory is a limited store for information that has been paid attention to. It is believed that it can store around 7 pieces of information for around 18-30 seconds. Rehearsal is used to hold information for a longer duration increasing the liklihood of it being transferred into Long-term memory.
1.1.1.1 Long-term memory is potentially infinite and can hold memories for a few minutes or years.

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