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Online Working Memory Week 2015 Recordings

Here are the recordings and slides from Online Working Memory Week 2015


If you know the day the presentation took place, use the quick links to jump to the right part of the page.  

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday


Monday 9th November

Presenter(s): Dr Sonya Campbell

Title: Fragile X syndrome and working memory, what do we know?

Recording | Slides (1.04MB)


Presenter(s): Joanne Thornton

Title: Using Cogmed as an independent practitioner in the UK

Recording | Slides (0.4MB)




Tuesday 10th November

Presenter(s): Dr Stina Soderqvist

Title: Update Cogmed research and Claims & Evidence

Recording | Slides (0.4MB)


Presenter(s): Ben Zachs

Title: New Measures and Better Outcomes

Recording | Slides (1.35MB)


Presenter(s): Susan Pearlman

Title: Working Memory Development Across the Preschool Period: A Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Study

Recording | Slides (1.98MB)




Wednesday 11th November

Presenter(s): Erica Bottacin

Title: Working memory impairments: Causes and responses to training across specific learning difficulties

Recording | Slides not available


Presenter(s): Dr Sarah K Smith

Title: Exploiting touch screen computers to promote communication, social interaction and leisure

activities with people living with dementia.

Recording not available | Slides (0.5MB)


Presenter(s): Professor Alan Baddeley

Title: Working Memory: Past, Present and Future

Recording | Slides (14.9MB)


Presenter(s): Dr Sissela Nutley

Title: Cogmed working memory training as part of the curriculum - evidence of long term benefits in reading and maths

Recording | Slides (0.6MB)



Thursday 12th November

Presenter(s): Elizabeth Byrne

Title: Brain stimulation does not enhance working memory training

Recording & Slides not available


Presenter(s): Dr Darren Dunning

Title: Cogmed Online Training

Recording | Slides (6.42MB)




Friday 13th November

Presenter(s): Dr Roy Kessels

Title: Working memory deficits and compensatory mechanisms in ageing and Mild Cognitive Impairment: Does adaptive training work?

Recording | Slides (1.63MB)




Last updated: November 19, 2015

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