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Combining representations in working memory: A brief report.

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Journal publication date2001
JournalBritish Journal of Developmental Psychology
Journal number3
Volume19
Number of pages6
Pages319-324
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

A task combining both digit and Corsi memory tests was administered to a group of 75 children. The task is shown to share variance with standardised reading and maths attainments, even after partialling out performance on component tasks separately assessed. The emergent task property may reflect co-ordination skills, although several different refinements can be made to this general conclusion.