By Laura Ball
Genius with out the “Great Man”:New percentages for the historian of psychology.
Ball, Laura C.
History of Psychology, Vol 15(1), Feb 2012, 72-83.
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Finally, evidence for improved functioning was evident 2 months later despite no intervening practice. Related results have been reviewed by Diamond and Lee (2011). -Y. I. , 2012), in the latter case typically using attention or working memory tasks. Usually the tasks increase in difficulty over time, pushing traininggroup participants to continually improve. As an example of this body of research, a yearlong curriculum-based program termed Tools of the Mind, which is designed to improve executive function, results in rather large gains in the ability to resolve conflict (Diamond & Lee, 2011).
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