memory span

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mem·o·ry span

the maximum number of items recalled after a single presentation (auditory or visual).
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memory span

The number of words or objects one can store and recall when asked to do so. See: digit span test
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The result for subitem A1--immediate memory is positively related to performance in the task of direct order digit repetition. When comparing performance in the two tests (A1 and direct order digit repetition) a small and nonsignificant variability is expected.