Component Processes and Criteria for Change
This chapter first emphasizes the need to acknowledge that there are multiple component processes of working memory. The authors also argue that the field needs a better account of what a training effect actually means. They discuss how to design training studies to allow for measurement of specificity and temporal aspects of effects. There is a need to delineate standard criteria for change, because they can be calculated in multiple ways, as the chapter discusses. Further, the authors stress that, in addition to being a vehicle for studying change, training effects can yield unique information about the state of the individual nervous system.
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