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peterson and peterson(1959)studied the duration of short-term memory by using the task of remembering a three-letter stimulus while couting backwards by threes. the ability to remember the three letters in the correct order reduced to only about 50% after 6 seconds(see the figure on the left). what is the most convincing evidence that short-term and long-term memory are distinct? 翻訳お願いしますm(--)m

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ピーターソン&ピーターソン(1959)は、3文字ずつさかさまに述べながら、3文字の刺激を覚える課題を使用することによって、短期記憶の持続時間を研究しました。 正しい順序で3つの文字を思い出す能力は6秒後には、わずか約50%にまで減少しました(左の図を参照してください)。 短期記憶と長期記憶が異なっているという最も納得のいく証拠は、何でしょう?

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