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Estimates of working memory (WM) capacity increase in children, peak in young adulthood, and decline thereafter. Despite this symmetry, the mechanisms causing capacity increments in childhood may differ from those causing decline in old age. The contralateral delay activity (CDA) of the electroencephalogram, an event-related difference wave with a posterior scalp distribution, has been suggested as a neural marker of WM capacity. Here, we examine 22 children (10--12 years), 12 younger adultsdoi:10.1093/cercor/bhr076 pmid:21527784 fatcat:wqin5a7axzfktf6aqzh6ikiztq