Do two separate speech measures constrain verbal short-term memory in children?

@article{Jarrold2000DoTS,
  title={Do two separate speech measures constrain verbal short-term memory in children?},
  author={Christopher Jarrold and A K Hewes and Alan Baddeley},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2000},
  volume={26 6},
  pages={1626-37}
}
Previous research has indicated that 2 processing rates may constrain verbal short-term memory performance. These have been linked to individual differences in (a) the time taken to articulate spoken words and (b) the duration of pauses that occur between words in the output responses to memory tasks. Two experiments examined whether evidence for these effects on memory can be obtained for measures taken from a single speech sample. Children articulated pairs of words as rapidly as possible. In… CONTINUE READING

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