What cognitive abilities are involved in trail-making performance?

  title={What cognitive abilities are involved in trail-making performance?},
  author={Timothy Salthouse},
  volume={39 4},
The cognitive abilities involved in the Connections (Salthouse, et al., 2000) version of the trail making test were investigated by administering the test, along with a battery of cognitive tests and tests of complex span and updating conceptualizations of working memory, to a sample of over 3,600 adults. The results indicate that this variant of the trail making test largely reflects individual differences in speed and fluid cognitive abilities, with the relative contributions of the two… CONTINUE READING

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