Short-Term Memory Coding in Children With Intellectual Disabilities

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Henry, L.; Conners, F.;
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To examine visual and verbal coding strategies, I asked children with intellectual disabilities and peers matched for MA and CA to perform picture memory span tasks with phonologically similar, visually similar, long, or nonsimilar named items. The CA group showed effec... View more
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