Walter J. Perrig focuses on Cognition, Cognitive psychology, Working memory, Working memory training and Cognitive training. In the subject of general Cognition, his work in Neuropsychology, Free recall and Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance is often linked to Ascorbic acid, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Cognitive psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Anticipation, Habituation and Amygdala.
His Working memory course of study focuses on Developmental psychology and Audiology. Walter J. Perrig has researched Cognitive training in several fields, including Cognitive load, Elementary cognitive task, Cognitive Intervention and Reading. His n-back research integrates issues from Short-term memory and Intelligence quotient.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cognitive psychology, Cognition, Developmental psychology, Working memory and Clinical psychology. Walter J. Perrig mostly deals with Recall in his studies of Cognitive psychology. His research ties Incidental learning and Cognition together.
He combines subjects such as Neuropsychological assessment, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Neuroticism and Audiology with his study of Developmental psychology. His biological study deals with issues like Executive functions, which deal with fields such as Trail Making Test and Cohort. His work in Working memory training covers topics such as Cognitive training which are related to areas like Attentional control and Cognitive Intervention.
Walter J. Perrig mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Working memory, Working memory training and Very preterm. Walter J. Perrig focuses mostly in the field of Cognitive psychology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Neuropsychology and, in certain cases, Cognitive training, n-back, Attentional control, Pathological and Causality. The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Control and Word.
To a larger extent, Walter J. Perrig studies Cognition with the aim of understanding Working memory. While the research belongs to areas of Cognition, he spends his time largely on the problem of Clinical psychology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Risk factor, Resting state fMRI, Juvenile delinquency and Context. The concepts of his Working memory training study are interwoven with issues in Temperament, Implicit learning and Reading.
Walter J. Perrig mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Very preterm, Working memory, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Premature birth. His Developmental psychology research includes themes of Fluid and crystallized intelligence, Working memory training, Cognitive psychology and Neuroticism. Working memory is the subject of his research, which falls under Cognition.
His work in the fields of Cognition, such as Trail Making Test, Executive functions and Memory span, intersects with other areas such as Low birth weight. His research in Functional magnetic resonance imaging intersects with topics in Lateralization of brain function, Short-term memory and Language network. His Audiology research incorporates elements of Temporal Regions and Pediatrics.
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Improving fluid intelligence with training on working memory
Susanne M. Jaeggi;Martin Buschkuehl;John Jonides;Walter J. Perrig.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
The concurrent validity of the N-back task as a working memory measure
Susanne M Jaeggi;Martin Buschkuehl;Walter J Perrig;Beat Meier.
The Relationship between N-Back Performance and Matrix Reasoning--Implications for Training and Transfer.
Susanne M. Jaeggi;Barbara Studer-Luethi;Barbara Studer-Luethi;Martin Buschkuehl;Yi-Fen Su.
Propositional and situational representations of text
Walter J. Perrig;Walter Kintsch.
Journal of Memory and Language (1985)
Processing of Temporal Unpredictability in Human and Animal Amygdala
Cyril Herry;Dominik R. Bach;Fabrizio Esposito;Francesco Di Salle.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2007)
The Relation Between Antioxidants and Memory Performance in the Old and Very Old
Walter J. Perrig;Pasqualina Perrig;Hannes B. Stähelin.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (1997)
Impact of working memory training on memory performance in old-old adults.
Martin Buschkuehl;Susanne M. Jaeggi;Sara Hutchison;Pasqualina Perrig-Chiello.
Psychology and Aging (2008)
Working memory training improves reading processes in typically developing children
Sandra V. Loosli;Martin Buschkuehl;Walter J. Perrig;Susanne M. Jaeggi.
Child Neuropsychology (2012)
Neuropsychological long-term sequelae after posterior fossa tumour resection during childhood.
Maja Steinlin;Sara Imfeld;Prisca Zulauf;Eugen Boltshauser.
The effects of resistance training on well-being and memory in elderly volunteers.
Pasqualina Peig-Chiello;Walter J. Perrig;Rolf Ehrsam;Hannes B. Staehelin.
Age and Ageing (1998)
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