Lexical Memory

This is the capacity necessary for remembering several words in a series. A person with this problem has trouble remembering more than three unrelated words in a series. Auditory acquisition of new words is impaired. The person has to hear the word associated with its meaning several times before he remembers it. The person has trouble recognizing and remembering that one word is a synonym for another. This significantly impairs the reading process.

The person has trouble following oral information due to the limited holding capacity of his memory.

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