[Self-Test] Could Your Child Have a Working Memory Deficit?
Working memory, a component of executive functioning, is where your child stores information he or she needs to complete a task. A working memory deficit could explain his difficulty working out math problems in his head or with reading retention.
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Working Memory Deficits: Next Steps
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Updated on November 27, 2019