Phonological loop refers to the proposed component of working memory responsible for sub-vocally rehearsing auditory information. Phonological loop is the aspect of working memory that stores auditory information, including words. Phonological loop briefly holds inner speech for verbal comprehension and for acoustic rehearsal

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