Adam Chuderski
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Storage capacity explains fluid intelligence but executive control does not
A Chuderski, M Taraday, E Nęcka, T Smoleń
Intelligence 40 (3), 278-295, 2012
When are fluid intelligence and working memory isomorphic and when are they not?
A Chuderski
Intelligence 41 (4), 244-262, 2013
The contribution of working memory to fluid reasoning: Capacity, control, or both?
A Chuderski, E Necka
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (6), 1689, 2012
Much ado about aha!: Insight problem solving is strongly related to working memory capacity and reasoning ability.
A Chuderski, J Jastrzębski
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (2), 257, 2018
The relational integration task explains fluid reasoning above and beyond other working memory tasks
A Chuderski
Memory & Cognition 42 (3), 448-463, 2014
How well can storage capacity, executive control, and fluid reasoning explain insight problem solving
A Chuderski
Intelligence 46, 258-270, 2014
The broad factor of working memory is virtually isomorphic to fluid intelligence tested under time pressure
A Chuderski
Personality and Individual Differences 85, 98-104, 2015
Bridge over troubled water: Commenting on Kovacs and Conway's process overlap theory
R Colom, A Chuderski, E Santarnecchi
Psychological Inquiry 27 (3), 181-189, 2016
Intelligence and cognitive control
A Chuderski, E Nęcka
Handbook of individual differences in cognition, 263-282, 2010
Insight problem solving, fluid intelligence, and executive control: A structural equation modeling approach
B Paulewicz, A Chuderski, E Nęcka
Proceedings of the 2nd European cognitive science conference, 586-591, 2007
Delta-gamma coupling as a potential neurophysiological mechanism of fluid intelligence
A Gągol, M Magnuski, B Kroczek, P Kałamała, M Ociepka, E Santarnecchi, ...
Intelligence 66, 54-63, 2018
Working memory facilitates insight instead of hindering it: Comment on DeCaro, Van Stockum, and Wieth (2016).
A Chuderski, J Jastrzębski
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (12 …, 2017
High intelligence prevents the negative impact of anxiety on working memory
A Chuderski
Cognition and Emotion 29 (7), 1197-1209, 2015
Most evidence for the compensation account of cognitive training is unreliable
T Smoleń, J Jastrzebski, E Estrada, A Chuderski
Memory & Cognition 46 (8), 1315-1330, 2018
An integrated model of utility-based evaluation and resolution of conflicts in the Stroop task
A Chuderski, T Smoleń
Psychological Review 123 (3), 2016
The strong link between fluid intelligence and working memory cannot be explained away by strategy use
J Jastrzębski, I Ciechanowska, A Chuderski
Intelligence 66, 44-53, 2018
An oscillatory model of individual differences in working memory capacity and relational integration
A Chuderski, K Andrelczyk, T Smolen
Cognitive systems research 24, 87-95, 2013
Executive control in analogical reasoning: Beyond interference resolution
A Chuderska, A Chuderski
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 31 (31), 2009
Time pressure prevents relational learning
A Chuderski
Learning and Individual Differences 49, 361-365, 2016
From neural oscillations to complex cognition: Simulating the effect of the theta-to-gamma cycle length ratio on analogical reasoning
A Chuderski, K Andrelczyk
Cognitive Psychology 76, 78-102, 2015
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