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however,we start by arguing that there is an important distinction between the information stored away in our brains for periods of time running into months or years(long-term memory)and information held very briefly in memory(short-term memory) 翻訳お願いします(__)

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しかし、数カ月、あるいは、数年に及ぶ期間、我々の脳に保管される情報(長期記憶)と、非常に短く保たれる情報(短気記憶)の間に、重要な区別があると主張することから、我々は、始めることとする。

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