Saturday, November 27, 2010

Research byte: Working memory, but not IQ, predict ability to multiple-task

Interesting study that suggests that intelligence and working memory are related constructs, but only working memory predicts the ability to engage in complex multiple-tasking.

As per usual when I make a research byte/brief post, if anyone would like to read the original article, I can share via email---with the understanding that the article is provided in exchange for a brief guest post about it's contents. :) (contact me at if interested). Also, if figure/images are included in the post, they can usually be made larger by clicking on the image.

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