BBC radio 4 has been running an interesting series called Am I normal? One of the programmes looks at Working Memory and what is normal in terms of how people can use there working memories. Have a look here. Research suggests that working meory is the single most important predictor of later academic success – the big question then is, how can you improve your working memory?
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