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Description: The analyzed data in the publications listed below all came from the same data collection sample. The data were collected between 2014 and 2015, at the Attention and Working Memory Lab at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA. Subjects (18 – 35 y/o) were recruited from Georgia Tech, surrounding Atlanta colleges, and from the non-college Atlanta community. The study consisted of 4 2-hour sessions with a battery of about 45 cognitive tasks. Only data from subjects who completed all 4 sessions were processed and analyzed. We used similar data processing and cleaning procedures (e.g., outlier removals) across all publications, nevertheless, there still may be some differences and these details are explained in each publication.


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Attention control: The missing link between sensory discrimination and intelligence

Tsukahara, Harrison, Draheim & 2 more
Intelligence is correlated with the ability to make fine sensory discriminations. Although this relationship has been known since the beginning of int...

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The visual arrays task: Visual storage capacity or attention control?

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