Working Memory Key to Breakthroughs in Cognitive Neuroscienceby Tony Brown, BA, EMT | June 17, 2006
Working memory is a system used for temporarily storing and manipulating information needed to perform various cognitive tasks. This article allows an insight into how the input from different fields, could present us with a more thorough understanding of this significant cognitive ability.
To read the full article, go to Washington University in St. Louis.
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