Memory limits when multi-tasking

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Description: This project is funded by the British Academy (SRG18R1\180622).

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Project description Working memory (WM) theories describe processes engaged when thinking, and are useful for explaining how two tasks are accomplished simultaneously. Models of WM invoke different collections of resources, with no consensus on which model best matches reality. The popular multi-component WM model presumes separate resources for verbal and visual-spatial memory (Baddeley, 2012). O...

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