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Psychology - Memory: the semantic network theory
The semantic network theory
The semantic network theory  describes how information is likely to be
stored in LTM. It proposes that:
* Information is likely to be stored in terms of concepts or categories
which are linked together in terms of their meaning.
* The links between these concepts are organised into a hierarchy where
the links vary in length; and
* The length of the links is related to the strength of the association
 between the concepts; the shorter the link between concepts, the
stronger the association.
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