The relational integration task explains fluid reasoning above and beyond other working memory tasks

@inproceedings{Chuderski2014TheRI,
  title={The relational integration task explains fluid reasoning above and beyond other working memory tasks},
  author={Adam Chuderski},
  booktitle={Memory & cognition},
  year={2014}
}
This study aimed to evaluate how well fluid reasoning can be predicted by a task that involves the monitoring of patterns of stimuli. This task is believed to measure the effectiveness of relational integration-the process that binds mental representations into more complex relational structures. In Experiments 1 and 2, the task was indeed validated as a proper measure of relational integration, since participants' performance depended on the number of bindings that had to be constructed in the… CONTINUE READING
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