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Previous research on basic information-processing tasks has suggested that there may be a dissociation between the underlying process determinants of task performance and associations with ability measures. This study investigates this dissociation in the context of a complex skill-learning task-an air traffic control simulation called TRACON. A battery of spatial, numerical, and perceptual speed ability tests were administered, along with extensive task practice. After practice, manipulationsdoi:10.1037//1076-898x.8.3.194 pmid:12240931 fatcat:zgooiroqvjgftgj6oh7x76akua