Miller 1956 Provides A Great Deal Of Experimental Evidence For Limits To Absolut

Miller (1956) provides a great deal of experimental evidence for limits to absolute judgment and immediate memory (namely of 7 +- 2 bits or chunks). Based on your own experiences in real life, explain a) a case that supports Miller’s proposed memory capacity limit and b) a case that refutes this limit.

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