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A THEORY OF THE SERIAL POSITION EFFECT.

Title:
A THEORY OF THE SERIAL POSITION EFFECT.
Authors:
Feigenbaum, Edward A. and Simon, Herbert A. (Herbert Alexander), 1916-2001
Physical Description:
1 document
Date:
1961
Document Type:
Report
Donor tags:
EPAM, EPAM I, Memory, Psychology, Published paper, RAND, Serial Position Effect, and Simulation of Cognitive Processes
Series:
1986-052
Box:
30
Folder:
35
Folder Name:
Feigenbaum publications pre-1965
Location:
Call Number: SC0340, Accession: 1986-052, Box: 30, Folder: 35
Notes:
Report; Technical Report (1961/07/18); RAND Corporation; No. P-2375; In journal article form, this was published in British Journal of Psychology, 53, 1962 (after much editorial conflict between Herbert A. Simon and the Editor of the BJP). This describes EPAM I. The EPAM I model does not give any details about how individual items are learned, i.e. no discrimination nets, etc.. It only deals with how much attention is paid to each item in what "noticing order".