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Memory & Cognition
Long-term memory for position was examined from the perspective of an immediate memory framework, the perturbation model of Estes (Estes, 1972; Lee & Estes, 1977 , 1981 . First, a simple version of the perturbation model is shown to provide a reasonable fit of previously reported long-term data (Nairne, 1990b), even though the perturbation idea was developed to explain the phenomena of immediate retention. Second, new results are reported that extend the application to multiple dimensions.doi:10.3758/bf03197136 pmid:1895943 fatcat:ijej42qbjvh3dmf3cl74ia2lpe