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Levels of Processing ModelNameStudent numberCourse nameCourse codeInstructor's nameDateLevels of Processing ModelIn 1972, two psychologists, Fergus Craik and Robert Lockhart came up with a new model of memory recall that in effect did away with the previously described structural model of memory. The structural model, proposed by Atkinson and Schifrin, came under heavy criticism from psychologists and researchers alike. It claimed that memory was like a multi-compartmentalized store where the only way to place stimuli into long term memory was through repetition or rehearsal. Repetition usually has the end result of the subject recalling the solution rather than actually trying to solve the problem to arrive at the solution Jacoby, L.L. (1978).The levels of processing model on the other hand implored on the subject to take in the stimuli and to put it into context so as to preserve it in long term memory. Experiments conducted on willing subjects proved the theory to be true that objects were better placed in long term memory when they were put into context or rather correlated with other objects. This conclusively proved that it was superior to the Atkinson

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