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Memory, Learning, & Thinking
Edward J. Rowe (December 1972)
Human Memory, Learning, & Thinking
A rehearsal deficit in retardates’ continuous short-term memory: Keeping track of variables that have few or many states
Ann L. Brown (December 1972)
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