The validity of "conceptual span" as a measure of working memory capacity.

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Three experiments tested whether a modified version of the Clustered Conceptual Span task (H. J. Haarmann, E. J. Davelaar, & M. Usher, 2003), which ostensibly requires active maintenance of semantic representations, predicted individual differences in higher-order cognitive abilities better than short-term memory (STM) span tasks or nonsemantic versions of… (More)

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@article{Kane2007TheVO, title={The validity of "conceptual span" as a measure of working memory capacity.}, author={Michael J. Kane and Tina M. Miyake}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={2007}, volume={35 5}, pages={1136-50} }