Does working memory training promote the use of strategies on untrained working memory tasks?

@inproceedings{Dunning2014DoesWM,
  title={Does working memory training promote the use of strategies on untrained working memory tasks?},
  author={Darren L. Dunning and Joni Holmes},
  booktitle={Memory & cognition},
  year={2014}
}
Adaptive computerized training has been associated with significant enhancements in untrained working memory tasks, but the nature of the cognitive changes that underpin these improvements are not yet fully understood. Here, we investigate the possibility that training stimulates the use of memory-related strategies. In a randomized controlled trial, participants completed four tests of working memory before receiving adaptive working memory training, nonadaptive working memory training with… CONTINUE READING

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