- Title Pages
- Working memory capacity, control, components and theory
- 1 Working memory
- 2 What do working memory span tasks like reading span really measure?
- 3 What do estimates of working memory capacity tell us?
- 4 The time-based resource-sharing model of working memory
- 5 The ins and outs of working memory
- 6 Neural bases of focusing attention in working memory
- 7 Separating processing from storage in working memory operation span
- 8 The interpretation of temporal isolation effects
- 9 Working memory and short-term memory storage
- 10 Accounting for age-related differences in working memory using the feature model
- 11 Implications from cognitive neuropsychology for models of short-term and working memory
- 12 Top-down modulation in visual working memory
- 13 The general-purpose working memory system and functions of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex
- 14 Visuospatial rehearsal processes in working memory
- 15 Towards a multicomponent view of executive control
- 16 Relational processing is fundamental to the central executive and is limited to four variables
- 17 A neural efficiency hypothesis of age-related changes in human working memory performance
- 18 Intersecting the divide between working memory and episodic memory
- 19 Activated long-term memory?
- 20 Activation, binding, and selective access
- 21 A hierarchical biased-competition model of domain-dependent working memory maintenance and executive control
An editorial overview
- The Cognitive Neuroscience of Working Memory
Robert H. Logie
- Oxford University Press
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