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An automated version of the operation span task
N Unsworth, RP Heitz, JC Schrock, RW Engle
Behavior research methods 37 (3), 498-505, 2005
24802005
The nature of individual differences in working memory capacity: active maintenance in primary memory and controlled search from secondary memory.
N Unsworth, RW Engle
Psychological review 114 (1), 104, 2007
17582007
On the division of short-term and working memory: an examination of simple and complex span and their relation to higher order abilities.
N Unsworth, RW Engle
Psychological bulletin 133 (6), 1038, 2007
8552007
Working memory and fluid intelligence: Capacity, attention control, and secondary memory retrieval
N Unsworth, K Fukuda, E Awh, EK Vogel
Cognitive psychology 71, 1-26, 2014
6802014
Measuring working memory capacity with automated complex span tasks
TS Redick, JM Broadway, ME Meier, PS Kuriakose, N Unsworth, MJ Kane, ...
European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 2012
6362012
Complex working memory span tasks and higher-order cognition: A latent-variable analysis of the relationship between processing and storage
N Unsworth, TS Redick, RP Heitz, JM Broadway, RW Engle
Memory 17 (6), 635-654, 2009
6312009
Working memory capacity and the antisaccade task: individual differences in voluntary saccade control.
N Unsworth, JC Schrock, RW Engle
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (6), 1302, 2004
6002004
Working memory capacity: Attention control, secondary memory, or both? A direct test of the dual-component model
N Unsworth, GJ Spillers
Journal of Memory and Language 62 (4), 392-406, 2010
4972010
Mind wandering and reading comprehension: examining the roles of working memory capacity, interest, motivation, and topic experience.
N Unsworth, BD McMillan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39 (3), 832, 2013
4312013
Working memory capacity and fluid abilities: Examining the correlation between Operation Span and Raven
N Unsworth, RW Engle
Intelligence 33 (1), 67-81, 2005
3922005
Simple and complex memory spans and their relation to fluid abilities: Evidence from list-length effects
N Unsworth, RW Engle
Journal of Memory and Language 54 (1), 68-80, 2006
3232006
Pupillary correlates of lapses of sustained attention
N Unsworth, MK Robison
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16, 601-615, 2016
2852016
Variation in verbal fluency: A latent variable analysis of clustering, switching, and overall performance
N Unsworth, GJ Spillers, GA Brewer
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (3), 447-466, 2011
2532011
Individual differences in working memory capacity and learning: Evidence from the serial reaction time task
N Unsworth, RW Engle
Memory & cognition 33 (2), 213-220, 2005
2492005
Lapses in sustained attention and their relation to executive control and fluid abilities: An individual differences investigation
N Unsworth, TS Redick, CE Lakey, DL Young
Intelligence 38 (1), 111-122, 2010
2462010
Is playing video games related to cognitive abilities?
N Unsworth, TS Redick, BD McMillan, DZ Hambrick, MJ Kane, RW Engle
Psychological science 26 (6), 759-774, 2015
2452015
Similarities and differences between mind-wandering and external distraction: A latent variable analysis of lapses of attention and their relation to cognitive abilities
N Unsworth, BD McMillan
Acta psychologica 150, 14-25, 2014
2202014
Working memory capacity, attention control, and fluid intelligence
RP Heitz, N Unsworth, RW Engle
Handbook of understanding and measuring intelligence, 61-77, 2005
2142005
A locus coeruleus-norepinephrine account of individual differences in working memory capacity and attention control
N Unsworth, MK Robison
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24, 1282-1311, 2017
1992017
Everyday attention failures: an individual differences investigation.
N Unsworth, BD McMillan, GA Brewer, GJ Spillers
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 38 (6), 1765, 2012
1982012
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