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Umemura, Mamoru, Ichikawa, Hiroshi and Teguri, Kenichi (1995): The Effects of Rehearsal on Visual Memory. In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction July 9-14, 1995, Tokyo, Japan. pp. 509-514.

Recently the development of information equipment including computers has advanced rapidly. Accompanying it, the opportunity of using the man-machine interface using CRT display has increased. It is considered that in the case of the works that are carried out by reading the information displayed on a CRT, the easiness of observing the displayed information exerts large influence to the accuracy and efficiency of the works, fatigue and others. In the works accompanied by danger, its mistaken cognition may sometimes be linked with serious accidents. Accordingly, the easiness of its cognition is an important subject in view of safety. The easiness of recognizing the information displayed on CRTs has been reported regarding the color, shape, size and so on of display [1]. Besides, investigation has been carried out on the information processing by humans after reading display, especially on the maintenance of short-term memory [2-3]. In order to take proper judgment and action after reading displayed information, it is necessary to make information easy to be maintained in short-term memory. As its means, there is rehearsal, and it has been said that it is effective for maintaining information. Also in real scene, in the case of the works accompanied by danger, the confirmation of information by voicing has been frequently carried out. Therefore, this study aims at quantitatively investigating the following items by experiment. (1) The effect that rehearsal exerts to the time interval of presentation. (2) The effect of the rehearsal carried but by voicing in the case of continuously presenting information on CRTs.

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