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Foundations for a General Theory of Human Memory

Technical reports authored with Richard M. Shiffrin on the foundations for a General Theory of Human Memory (GTHM). These six reports are part of a series of 323 reports published from 1955 to 1992 by the Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences at Stanford University. The complete set of reports can be found at http://suppes-corpus.stanford.edu/imsss.html.

NO. 79 Mathematical Models for Memory and Learning, 1965
NO. 96 Multi-Process Models for Memory with Applications to a Continuous Presentation Task, 1966
NO. 107 Some Two-Process Models for Memory, 1966
NO. 110 Humany Memory: A Proposed System and its Control Processes, 1967
NO. 127 Some Speculations on Storage and Retrieval Processes in Long-Term Memory, 1968
NO. 137 Search and Retrieval Processes in Long Term Memory, 1968
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