Study Probes Attention-Memory Link in Children

When children engage certain attentional mechanisms, their IQ scores no longer predict how well they remember what they have seen, according to a new study by researchers in Prof. Dima Amso's lab, published online this month in the journal Cognition. Prof. Amso's Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory has been exploring “selective attention” for the past three years.

Read more about this study in the Brown Daily Herald.