Long-term associative learning predicts verbal short-term memory performance

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Jones, G; Macken, B;

Studies using tests such as digit span and nonword repetition have implicated short-term memory across a range of developmental domains. Such tests ostensibly assess specialized processes for the short-term manipulation and maintenance of information that are often argu... View more
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