The distinction between long-term knowledge and short-term control processes is valid and useful

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46:e140 (2023)
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The binary distinction De Neys questions has been put forward many times since the beginnings of psychology, in slightly different forms and under different names. It has proved enormously useful and has received detailed empirical support and careful modeling. At heart the distinction is that between knowledge in long-term memory and control processes in short-term memory.



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