Typical Long-Term Memory Storage Processes at Different Grade Levels
The table below lists the developmental trends of the typical long-term memory storage processes at different grade levels for children from kindergarten to high school.
|Grade Level||Age-Typical Characteristics||Suggested Strategies|
Sources: Barnett, 2001; Bjorklund & Coyle, 1995; Bjorklund & Jacobs, 1985; Bjorklund et al, 1994; DeLoache & Todd, 1988; Fivush, Haden, & Adam, 1995; Flavell et al, 2002; Gathercole & Hitch, 1993; Kail, 1990; Kosslyn, Margolis, Barrett, Goldknopf, & Daly, 1990; Kunzinger, 1985; Lucariello, Kyratzis, & Nelson, 1992; L. S. Newman, 1990; Plumert, 1994; Pressley, 1977, 1982; Pressley & Hilden, 2006; Schneider & Pressley, 1989; E. Wood et al, 1999.
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