Updating a meta analysis of intervention research with challenging behaviour

09-Jun-2020 15:32

Maybe great hackers have some similar inborn ability.

And N-back is a family of tasks which stress attention and WM.

- and so stress context switches; there are results that task switching can be trained and that it transfers.

Imagine a poor programmer who has suffered brain damage and has only enough working memory for 1 definition at a time. To write a correct program, he needs to know simultaneously 2 things - what a variable, say, contains, and what is valid input for a program.

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And N-back is a family of tasks which stress attention and WM.

- and so stress context switches; there are results that task switching can be trained and that it transfers.

Imagine a poor programmer who has suffered brain damage and has only enough working memory for 1 definition at a time. To write a correct program, he needs to know simultaneously 2 things - what a variable, say, contains, and what is valid input for a program.

Search through almost 700 different abstracts and papers.

Enter a search term to filter the database for certain keywords.

Shooting skeet eight hours a month was excellent training for them. (See also Algernon’s Law: if there were an easy fitness-increasing way to make us smarter, evolution would have already used it.) But hope springs eternal, and there are exceptions.