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Title:
Cognitively controlled timing and executive functions develop in parallel? A glimpse on childhood research.
Authors:
Vicario C.M.
Journal:
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 2013, 7:146.

What childhood research can tell on relationship between executive functions and time processing? In this article I provide evidence that the ability of children in performing cognitively controlled timing tasks develops in parallel to WM, attention and inhibitory control functions.

  • doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00146
Accessed: 865 times
Created: Tuesday, 12th November 2013 by uqpjack1
Modified: Tuesday, 12th November 2013 by uqpjack1
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