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Broadbent, D. E. “The Magic Number Seven after Fifteen Years.” In A. Kennedy and A. Wilkes (eds.), Studies in Long-Term Memory. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1975, 3-18.
This research questioned Miller's earlier finding about the human ability to remember seven items plus or minus two.

Brogan, John A. Clear Technical Writing. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1973.
This book is packed with examples and exercises for learning how to eliminate “gobbledygook” from your writing. It focuses on major sources of unclear writing, such as redundancies, weak verbs, abstract nouns, showy writing, and improper subordination.


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