Working memory tasks differ in factor structure across age cohorts : Implications for dedifferentiation

@inproceedings{Johnson2010WorkingMT,
  title={Working memory tasks differ in factor structure across age cohorts : Implications for dedifferentiation},
  author={Wendy Johnson and Robert H. Logie and James R. Brockmole},
  year={2010}
}
Researchers interested in working memory have debated whether it should be considered a single latent cognitive ability or a set of essentially independent latent abilities distinguished by domain-specific memory and/or processing resources. Simultaneously, researchers interested in cognitive aging have established that there are substantial differences in rates of change in various aspects of cognitive function with age. In general, so-called fluid measures of cognitive function including… CONTINUE READING

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