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Cognitive development and working memory : a dialogue between neo-Piagetian and cognitive approaches / edited by Pierre Barrouillet and Vinciane Gaillard
New York, NY : Psychology Press, c2011
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 3rd Floor  BF378.S54 C64 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Short-term memory
Cognition
Cognition in children
Physical Description xiv, 294 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents Introduction: from neo-Piagetian theories to working memory development studies / Pierre Barrouillet and Vinciane Gaillard -- A developmental theory of mental attention: its application to measurement and task analysis / J. Pascual-Leone and Janice Johnson -- Recent advances in relational complexity theory and its application to cognitive development / Glenda Andrews and raeme s. Halford -- Processing efficiency, representational capacity, and reasoning: modeling their dynamic interactions / Andreas Demetriou and Antigoni Mouyi -- Working memory capacity and its role in cognitive development: are age differences driven by the same processes across the lifespan? / Anik de Ribaupierre, Delphine Fagot, and Thierry Lecerf -- New insights into an old problem: distinguishing storage from processing in the development of working memory / Nelson Cowan ... [et al.] -- Factors of working memory development: the time-based resource-sharing approach / Valérie Camos and Pierre Barrouillet -- Rehearsal and the development of working memory / Chris Jarrold and Helen Tam -- The influence of working memory growth on reading and math performance in children with math and/or reading disabilities / H. Lee Swanson -- Working memory in development: links with learning between typical and atypical populations / Tracy Packiam Alloway and Lisa Archibald -- Advances and issues: some thoughts about controversial questions / Pierre Barrouillet and Vinciane Gaillard
Alternate Author Barrouillet, Pierre
Gaillard, Vinciane

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