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With the development of the interpretation theory, the studies on interpreting have become extremely important. In view of the importance of memory in interpretation, many scholars concentrate on short-term memory research, while ignoring the important role of long-term memory in interpretation study and practice. In this paper, the author applies the findings of cognitive psychology to probe into the strategies to improve the interpreter's long-term memory. From the perspective of cognitivedoi:10.11648/j.ijll.20160403.13 fatcat:ezqgbzv3tvg4vgzwuyho6exbpu