Document Type

Dissertation

Date of Award

1976

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Department

Psychology

First Advisor

C. James Scheirer

Second Advisor

Richard G. Burright

Third Advisor

Richard E. Pastore

Series

Social Sciences

Abstract

Since the late 1950s a great deal of research has been directed toward elucidating the process(es) by which humans retain verbal material for short intervals of time. The purpose of the present paper will be to explore the extent to which such memorial processes can be identified with processes which may be employed in information processing tasks in general, and speech perception and/or production in particular.

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