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This study is to investigate the efficacy of model-based Working Memory (WM) training using an appropriate control condition. The interventions are a model-based, a single-task and a multiple-task training on WM in order to compare the efficacies of these different training approaches for WM. A sham intervention acts as active control group. Each intervention will be presented on a tablet device.
model-based WM training, single-task WM training, multiple-task WM training, sham intervention
Department of Neurology, University Hospital Basel
University Hospital, Basel, Switzerland
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-08-07T16:09:44-0400
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