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IJSSH 2023 Vol.13(5): 315-320
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2023.V13.1164

Temporal Context in Serial Order of Short-Term Memory

Lingfei Cao

Abstract—If temporal contexts contribute to serial order in short-term memory is not well understood. Few studies have shown that the temporal context is related to serial order. However, contradicting results from other studies show that there is no relationship between serial recognition and temporal recognition. There is previous research showed that there indeed existed a relationship between temporal recognition and serial recognition. The current study tries to replicate the results from this study through an alternative analysis pipeline to understand the robustness of these results. Using a drift diffusion model, we try to understand the robustness and replicability of the previous research-- Short-term recognition memory for serial order and timing. In results obtained from both the studies, we see that there is no relationship between temporal and serial recognition.

Index Terms—Temporal memory, recognition, serial memory, cognition

Lingfei Cao is with the Ohio State University, USA. E-mail: cao.972@osu.edu (L.F.C.)


Cite: Lingfei Cao, "Temporal Context in Serial Order of Short-Term Memory," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 315-320, 2023.

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