working memory

NOUN
  1. memory for intermediate results that must be held during thinking
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  • Cognitive Load is a term that refers to the load on working memory during instruction.
  • One of central issues in current cognitive neuroscience is how the verbal working memory system is used in sentence comprehension.
  • A previous study with EVP-6124 in chronic schizophrenia patients on stable long term antipsychotic medications demonstrated that it was well tolerated and produced significant effects on a variety of electrophysiologic measures of brain function assessing sensory processing and working memory formation. RedOrbit News - Technology
  • In particular, they found that measures of working memory, attentional capacity and inhibition overlapped with measures of executive function.
  • When people practise a task such as mental arithmetic it becomes automatic and unconscious, freeing up space in the working memory for more complex calculations. Times, Sunday Times
  • Chapter 3 expounds on the numerical information processing at each stage of the memory system including sensory store, short-term memory, long-term memory, and long-term working memory.
  • She has also examined closed-head injury with respect to working memory, metacognition, and reading ability.
  • By graphing these responses, the team worked out the exact size of each subject's working memory.
  • Maintaining situational awareness is a key function of working memory.
  • Topics include: perception, attention, working memory, recognition and recall, language, and other issues in cognitive science.
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