- Human Memory
This website is from the College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology. It provides a very good summary of the three-box model of memory.
- The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two: Some Limits on Our Capacity for Processing Information
This classic article by George A. Miller was first published in The Psychological Review, 1956, volume 63, pp. 81-97, and is cited in the text.
- Memory Games
Online short-term memory games are available on this Neuroscience for Kids (really not just for kids) website.
- NASA Cognition Lab
This webpage has five games to help understand concepts related to memory. Some of these concepts are recognition, recall, interference, encoding and rehearsal.
- Memory and the Aging Process
This website from the New York Memory and Healthy Aging Services provides frequently asked questions and their answers related to menopause and memory. There is also a frequently asked questions link for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's disease.
- The Formation of False Memories
This is a manuscript of Elizabeth Loftus' work on false memories. The final version was published in 1995 in volume 25 of the journal Psychiatric Annals.
- Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse: Scientific Research & Scholarly Resources
This extensive website provides resources for theory, statistics, and research related to childhood sexual abuse.
- Betrayal Trauma Theory
Betrayal Trauma, as proposed by Jennifer Freyd, is a theory that suggests that the way a traumatic event is processed and remembered is different when the event involves the betrayal by someone the individual trusts and needs for survival.
- Memory Lecture Series
This webpage links to several archived webcasts of several distinguished researchers in the field of memory. Dr. Elizabeth Loftus is one of the presenters in the series. Some of the topics are; memory myths, the impact of stress on memory, and autobiographical early childhood memories