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Intersections in Basic and Applied Memory Research by Frederick G. Conrad, David G. Payne

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Maintenance of Knowledge About temporal Spatial and Item Information: Memory for Course Schedules and Word Lists

Alice F. Healy

Cheri L. King

Grant P. Sinclair

University of Colorado, Boulder

Memory has been described in terms of three distinct components based on temporal, spatial, and item information (e.g., Anderson, 1983; Healy, 1978, 1982; Healy, Cunningham, Gesi, Till, & Bourne, 1991; Lee & Estes, 1981). The temporal component includes information about dates and times (e.g., White, 1982) as well as sequential order information (e.g., Healy, 1974). The spatial component includes information about spatial relations, locations, and distances (e.g., Evans & Pezdek, 1980; Golledge, Smith, Pellegrino, Doherty, & Marshall, 1985) as well as ...

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