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Selective Impairment of the Central Executive Component of Working Memory - a Single Case-study

Bibliographic reference Vanderlinden, M. ; Coyette, F. ; Seron, Xavier. Selective Impairment of the Central Executive Component of Working Memory - a Single Case-study.MEETING OF THE SOC-DE-NEUROPSYCHOLOGIE-DE-LANGUE-FRANCAISE (PARIS (France), Dec, 1988). In: Cognitive Neuropsychology, Vol. 9, no. 4, p. 301-326 (1992)
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