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According to Ruchkin,Grafman,Cameron,and Berndt(2003,p.711),"Short-term memory corresponds to activated long-term memory and information is stored in the same systems that initially processed the information." For once, a theoretical controversy can be resolved without discussing experimental findings in detail. The information processed in short-term memory must already have made contact with information in long-term memory(Logie,1999). For example, our ability to engage in verbal rehearsal of visually presented words depends on prior contact with stored information concerning pronunciation.

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 Ruchkin, Grafman, Cameron, Berndt (2003) によれば、「短期記憶は活性化された長期記憶に対応する。また、情報は初めにその情報を処理したのと同じシステムに蓄えられる」 という。  今回は、理論上の相違点が、詳細にわたる実験結果を論じるまでもなく解決した。  短期記憶において処理された情報は、すでに長期記憶の情報と結びついているはずである (Logie)。  たとえば、単語群を示されてそれを口頭で復唱する能力については、発音に関して前もって有している情報の蓄えに依存する。

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