ИЗУЧЕНИЕ СТРУКТУРЫ РАБОЧЕЙ ПАМЯТИ НА ОСНОВЕ АНАЛИЗА ОШИБОК В ЕЕ ФУНКЦИОНИРОВАНИИ

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В статье проведен анализ ошибок, происходящих в процессе выполнения теста рабочей памяти (TUT), направленного на припоминание представленных на дисплее двузначных чисел, у 193 студентов российского вуза. Большинство ошибок в попытках, состоящих из трех двузначных чисел, - это ошибки в цифрах, указывающих на десятки или единицы. Это может свидетельствовать о том, что существуют отдельные карты памяти для десятков и единиц, а их объединение в целые числа осуществляется на основе неких указателей, составляющих набор. Количеством указателей в наборе возможно определяется объем рабочей памяти. Модель самоорганизующихся карт памяти функционирует на основе включения в карты памяти наборов общих для десятков и единиц указателей, в результате чего происходит замена наборов указателей единственным указателем. Поскольку среди ошибочных воспроизведений практически отсутствуют числа, кратные 5 и 11, можно предположить, что для чисел этого порядка существуют дополнительные карты памяти.


Регина Вячеславовна Ершова

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Государственный социально-гуманитарный университет ул. Зеленая, 30, Коломна, Россия, 140410

Юджин Тарноу

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Авалон Бизнес Системс, Инк 18-11 Редбурн Роад, Фейр Лоун, Нью-Джерси 07410, США

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