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Dopaminergic sensitivity in the prefrontal cortex is associated with variations in general cognitive abilities and is a target for working memory training
An individual's performance across diverse tests of cognitive ability tends to co-vary, indicative of a common source of underlying variance (i.e., "general intelligence"). Recent evidence indicates that the processing efficacy of working memory predicts the level of general intelligence in humans and general cognitive abilities (GCA) in non-human animals (e.g. rodents and monkeys). One component of working memory, namely selective attention, has been reported to highly co-vary with generaldoi:10.7282/t3t43rvc fatcat:im3xsirl2fgjpgpd3yfw2e7d7m