NONWORDS AND THE PHONOLOGICAL LOOP: A COMMENT ON SAITO ( 1995) '

@inproceedings{Gathercole1996NONWORDSAT,
  title={NONWORDS AND THE PHONOLOGICAL LOOP: A COMMENT ON SAITO ( 1995) '},
  author={Susan E. Gathercole},
  year={1996}
}
St(mmary.-Short-term memory for nonwords, like real words, may be supported both by long-term knowledge about rhe sound structures of familiar words in the language and the phonological loop component oC worhg memory. It cannot therefore be safely assumed that employing nonwords in memory experiments will guarantee dependence only on the phonological loop. Saito (1995) argued that findings from a study of free and cued recall are consistent with the notion that the long-term learning of the… CONTINUE READING