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  • Visual working memory impairments for single items following medial temporal lobe damage. [Journal Article]
    Neuropsychologia 2019; :107227Goodrich RI, Baer TL, … Yonelinas AP
  • A growing body of research indicates that the medial temporal lobe (MTL) is essential not only for long-term episodic memory but also for visual working memory (VWM). In particular, recent work has shown that the MTL is especially important for VWM when complex, high-resolution binding is required. However, all of these studies tested VWM for multiple items which invites the possibility that work…
  • Temporal fine structure: relations to cognition and aided speech recognition. [Journal Article]
    Int J Audiol 2019; :1-9Ellis RJ, Rönnberg J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results provide some evidence of an association between TFS and speech-in-noise recognition. That this association was not significantly affected by signal processing strategy goes against the idea that TFS sensitivity is likely to impact on the success of a particular hearing aid signal processing strategy. The results, together with previous findings, suggest a possible link between sensitivity to TFS and visuospatial processing.
  • What cognitive processes are "sluggish" in sluggish cognitive tempo? [Journal Article]
    J Consult Clin Psychol 2019; 87(11):1030-1042Kofler MJ, Irwin LN, … Becker SP
  • CONCLUSIONS: These findings provide strong evidence against characterizing children with sluggish cognitive tempo symptoms as possessing a globally sluggish cognitive tempo. Instead, these symptoms appear to be related, to a significant extent, to executive dysfunction characterized by working memory systems that are too slow and inhibition systems that are too fast. Behaviorally, these findings suggest that requiring extra time to rearrange the active contents of working memory delays responding, whereas an overactive inhibition system likely terminates thoughts too quickly and therefore prevents intended behaviors from starting or completing, thereby giving the appearance that children are absent-minded or failing to act when expected. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2019 APA, all rights reserved).
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