The limits of visual working memory in children: exploring prioritization and recency effects with sequential presentation

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Description: Data, analysis script and task code for Berry, E. D. J., Waterman, A. H., Baddeley, A. D., Hitch, G. J., Allen, R. J. (2017). The limits of visual working memory in children: exploring prioritization and recency effects with sequential presentation. Developmental Psychology.

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The preprint for this project can be found at https://osf.io/preprints/psyarxiv/npzx2/ Data, analysis scripts, and task script for Berry, E. D. J., Waterman, A. H., Baddeley, A. D., Hitch, G. J., Allen, R. J. (2017). The limits of visual working memory in children: exploring prioritization and recency effects with sequential presentation. Developmental Psychology

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    Data for the 3 experiments. Information about the variables is contained in the variable-info file

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  • The limits of visual working memory in children: exploring prioritization and recency effects with sequential presentation

    Recent research has demonstrated that, when instructed to prioritize a serial position in visual working memory, adults are able to boost performance ...

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