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Automated Working Memory Assessment (AWMA) - Press coverage

Click on the links below to read AWMA press articles:

Media | News Links: USA | News Links: UK | News Links: International | Research

 

Media

BBC: Look North

BBC: Today Programme (Thursday 28th February 2008)

Select the 6:30-7:00 time and fastforward to minute 17.00

 

News Links: USA

Reuters

US News

Fox News

MSN

Washington Post

Forbes

United Press International

Health Care

Atlanta Journal Constitution

HULIQ, NC

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News Links: UK

BBC

Guardian

Daily Mail

Science Daily

Journal

Evening Gazette

Liverpool Daily Post

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News Links: International

Canada:Globe and Mail

Canada

Australia: Brisbane

China Daily

Indian:Times of India

India: Mangalorean News

Baharain

Qatar news

Iran

Vietnam

Malaysia: Sun

 

Research

Tracy Alloway's research into the effects of social media, brain training and computer games on working memory has been featured on several TV channels and in newspapers across the UK. Here are some links to the articles:

Channel 4 News

Daily Telegraph

Daily Mail

The Independent

Press Association

Scotsman

Psychology Today

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Please click the following link for a research paper now in press using the Romanian AWMA:

AWMA research paper (248 KB, pdf)

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Key Information

Description

AWMA provides a practical and convenient way for teachers and psychologists to screen for significant working memory problems from childhood to early adulthood

Author(s)

Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway

Publication Year

2007

Age Range

4 to 22 years

Administration

Individual - Screener: 5 to 7 mins; Short form: 10 to 15 mins; Long form: 45 mins

Qualification Code

CL3


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