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長期的な反復記憶の研究について

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  • 長期的な反復記憶の研究について、学校を終えた後はほとんど必要とされないと考えられています。
  • 学校の形式的な教育が終わると、テストの日はほとんど過去のものとなります。
  • 長期的な反復記憶の必要性は、日常の大人の生活ではほぼゼロになります。

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訳してみました。こんな感じでしょうか。 長期の機械的記憶の諸研究、たとえこの種の記憶が人が一度学業を終えたらほぼ二度と必要ないものであろうとも同じだ。一度何年もの正規の学校教育を終えると、受験の日々は大概過ぎ去ってしまう。例えば自動車免許の更新のために不定期のテストは受ける必要があるだろう、しかし、全般的に成熟期の日々において長期記憶の必要性はゼロに減少する。もしいくらか過ぎし学校の日々の記憶技術があっても人は大して熟練しない、そして、彼らが老いる頃までには彼らは古い技術を効率よく使えなくなる、そして、それらを全く使えなくなるかもしれないだろう。

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ありがとうございます。 助かりました。

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