Relation of Memory and Linguistic Fields and ICT Tools for Memory and Language Comprehension
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of human memory in language � comprehension and � specifically to examine the relationship between the function of working memory and the fields of linguistic analysis which are phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Working memory -as one of the most important cognitive skills of human brain- comprises a system with specific functions with which the information from the external environment are being transferred, encoded, stored and retrieved. The present study is an attempt to explore which specific function of working memory is activated in order to decode each linguistic field of analysis. Furthermore, � it features the current scientific achievements on the ICTs processes and tools, which exploit the cognitive skill of memory and they are applied � in the assessment of difficulties in text comprehension, intervention and training of the language comprehension ability.
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