English version

working memory

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworking memoryworking memorytechnical the part of a person’s or computer’s memory which stores information about the thing being worked on now working
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working memoryFrom that, you might be able to reconstitute the activity present during working memory.If this were the case there would be no need for a working memory.The system is then being driven by working memory.Studies of working memory in animals may seem to be rather remote from the standard, acquired distinctiveness procedure.It is not clear whether this articulation makes use of the working memory system or is independent.The speech left provides for an internal speech code which passes through a working memory system where it can be examined.Unless we attend to the words which have been placed into working memory, they will not be retained.
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