Atkinson and Shiffrin provided a key memory model to the field of Cognitive Psychology in 1968. Their model was originally called the Two Process Model, then the Three Process Model, and now more widely known as the Multi-Store Model of Memory.
The model is known as the multi-store model quite simply because it refers to multiple memory stores: sensory memory, short term memory, and long term memory.
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