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Pattern span: a tool for unwelding visuo–spatial memory
It is concluded that non-verbal short-term memory can indeed be viewed as comprising distinct visual and spatio-sequential components and the VPT will be a useful neuropsychological instrument for measuring the visual component. Expand
The FOCUS Collaboration
1 IntroductionNearly 30 years ago Jaffe proposed the existence of bound (mass below thresh-old for strong decay) multiquark states including QQqq states and the H di-hyperon [1] based on calculationsExpand
Concurrent performance of two memory tasks: Evidence for domain-specific working memory systems
The data suggest that a multiple-component working memory model provides a better account for performance in concurrent immediate memory tasks than do theories that assume a single processing and storage system or a limited-capacity attentional system coupled with activated memory traces. Expand
CMS Physics Technical Design Report, Volume II: Physics Performance
CMS is a general purpose experiment, designed to study the physics of pp collisions at 14 TeV at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). It currently involves more than 2000 physicists from more than 150Expand
Cognition in Action: Testing a Model of Limb Apraxia
A modified version of this model is presented and predictions are made according to its functional architecture and the results support the need to overcome the simplistic dichotomous view of apraxia and confirm the fruitfulness of a model of normal gesture processing in order to understand dissociations in Apraxia. Expand
Dementia and Working Memory
This study explored the hypothesis that patients suffering from dementia of the Alzheimer type (DAT) are particularly impaired in the functioning of the Central Executive component of working memory,Expand
Lives without imagery – Congenital aphantasia
This is the author’s version of a work that was accepted for publication in Cortex and may have been made to this work since it was submitted for publication. Expand
Dual‐Task Paradigm: A Means To Examine the Central Executive