Does a novel training programme improve working memory? (aged 16 – 25)

In this study we are interested in examining whether repeated practice at a computerised working memory task over a 20 day period improves cognitive control capabilities (as measured by other unpractised tasks) in young people aged 16 – 25 years. We hope that the study findings will inform treatments for working memory difficulties associated with low mood and brain injury. More information about this study can be found in the documents below.

If you are interested in taking part in this study then please tick the relevant statement and fill in your details below. This will enable your contact details to be shared with the researchers, Dr Anna Adlam and Dr Het Roberts. No information will be shared with third parties. You will only be contacted about Anna and Het’s study, which has full ethical approval from University of Exeter Psychology Ethics Committee. Thank you for your interest in this study.

Further study information:

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I am aged 16 – 18 years, living with my parent(s)/guardian(s), and my parent(s)/guardian(s) has agreed that I can participate in this study

I am aged 18 – 25 years

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