Chapter 1 The Relationship between Attention and Working Memory

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  title={Chapter 1 The Relationship between Attention and Working Memory},
  author={Daryl Fougnie},
  year={2008}
}
The ability to selectively process information (attention) and to retain information in an accessible state (working memory) are critical aspects of our cognitive capacities. While there has been much work devoted to understanding attention and working memory, the nature of the relationship between these constructs is not well understood. Indeed, while neither attention nor working memory represent a uniform set of processes, theories of their relationship tend to focus on only some aspects… CONTINUE READING

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