Sunday, March 12, 2006

More on working and long-term memory processes and assessment

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Found it!!!!!!!!

In my prior post today, I directed readers to an excellent overview of a hypothesized dyanamic model of working and long-term memory processes. At the end, I mused about the difficulty applied intelligence assessment professionals often have in understand that certain Glr tests (examples given from WJ III and K-ABC II) can tap long-term memory/retrieval within a single testing session....typically during the process of administering the single tests.

I've found the above visual-schematic a nice way for folks to appreciate that Gsm and Glr are not distinct boxes (as pointed out by Chris Chatman at the DI blog) but they are part of a continuim of memory processess. Interested readers may want to consult the original article (click here).

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