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  1. Age Differences in Resting State EEG and their Relation to Eye Movements and Cognitive Performance

    Stacey, J., Crook-Rumsey, M., Sumich, A., Howard, C., Crawford, T., Livne, K., Lenozi, S. & Badham, S., 16/07/2021, In: Neuropsychologia. 157, 17 p., 107887.

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  2. Why Higher Working Memory Capacity May Help You Learn: Sampling, Search, and Degrees of Approximation

    Lloyd, K., Sanborn, A., Leslie, D. & Lewandowsky, S., 31/12/2019, In: Cognitive Science. 43, 12, 43 p., e12805.

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  3. The role of working memory in young second language learners’ written performances

    Michel, M., Kormos, J., Brunfaut, T. & Ratajczak, M., 1/09/2019, In: Journal of Second Language Writing. 45, p. 31-45 15 p.

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  4. Benchmarks for models of short-term and working memory

    Oberauer, K., Lewandowsky, S., Awh, E., Brown, G. D. A., Conway, A., Cowan, N., Donkin, C., Farrell, S. A., Hitch, G. J., Hurlstone, M. J., Ma, W. J., Morey, C. C., Nee, D. E., Schweppe, J., Vergauwe, E. & Ward, G., 1/09/2018, In: Psychological Bulletin. 144, 9, p. 885-958 74 p.

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  5. Are working memory and behavioral attention equally important for both reading and listening comprehension? A developmental comparison

    Language and Reading Research Consortium, Jiang, H. & Farquharson, K., 09/2018, In: Reading and Writing. 31, 7, p. 1449-1477 29 p.

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  6. DA5-CH, a novel GLP-1/GIP dual agonist, effectively ameliorates the cognitive impairments and pathology in the APP/PS1 mouse model of Alzheimer's disease

    Cao, Y., Hölscher, C., Hu, M-M., Wang, T., Zhao, F., Bai, Y., Zhang, J., Wu, M-N. & Qi, J-S., 15/05/2018, In: European Journal of Pharmacology. 827, p. 215-226 12 p.

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  7. From words to text: Inference making mediates the role of vocabulary in children's reading comprehension

    Daugaard, H., Cain, K. & Elbro, C., 10/2017, In: Reading and Writing. 30, 8, p. 1773-1788 16 p.

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  8. Do actions speak louder than words? Examining children's ability to follow instructions

    Waterman, A. H., Atkinson, A. L., Aslam, S. S., Holmes, J., Jaroslawska, A. & Allen, R. J., 31/08/2017, In: Memory and Cognition. 45, p. 877-890 14 p.

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  9. Lixisenatide attenuates the detrimental effects of amyloid β protein on spatial working memory and hippocampal neurons in rats

    Cai, H-Y., Wang, Z-J., Holscher, C., Yuan, L., Zhang, J., Sun, P., Li, J., Yang, W., Wu, M-N. & Qi, J-S., 1/02/2017, In: Behavioural Brain Research. 318, p. 28-35 8 p.

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  10. How working memory relates to children’s reading comprehension: the importance of domain-specificity in storage and processing

    Nouwens, S., Groen, M. A. & Verhoeven, L., 01/2017, In: Reading and Writing. 30, 1, p. 105-120 16 p.

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  11. How storage and executive functions contribute to children's reading comprehension

    Nouwens, S., Groen, M. A. & Verhoeven, L., 04/2016, In: Learning and Individual Differences. 47, p. 96-102 7 p.

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