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Memory And Time [ 2004 - 2006 ]

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0450232]

Researchers Prof S Lewandowsky

Brief description What could be simpler than remembering a few items, such as the digits in a phone number, for a brief time in the right order? Notwithstanding its simplicity, this serial recall task is essential for sophisticated human abilities such as vocabulary acquisition. This project investigates whether chronological time is a causal variable in short-term memory, as some?but by no means all?theorists assume. Experiments will manipulate time between items at study and retrieval using novel techniques, and thus observe the effect of time on memory. Computational models of psychological time will be developed to better predict memory performance.

Funding Amount $165,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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