Miller's Law

Millers Law,

Definition of Millers Law:

  1. Observation that an individual normally can retain or process only seven give or take two (7±2) items (chunks) of information in their correct serial-order, in his or her short-term (15 to 30 seconds duration) or working memory. Reported by the Princeton Universitys cognitive psychologist George A. Miller in 1956, it is accepted more as a rule of thumb than a scientifically proven fact. Also called Millers Magic Number.

Meaning of Millers Law & Millers Law Definition