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processing capacity

Neurophysiological factors in human information processing capacity

Processing Industry Capacity and the Welfare Effects of Sugar Policies

Building Research Capacity in Social Work: Process and Issues

Working Memory Capacity and Comprehension Processes in Deaf Readers

Aggregate demand, conflict and capacity in the inflationary process

Developing Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Capacity to Process War Crimes Cases Critical Notes on a ‘Success Story’

Neural Processing of Fearful Faces: Effects of Anxiety are Gated by Perceptual Capacity Limitations

Deficient Emotion Processing is Associated with Everyday Functioning Capacity in HIV-associated Neurocognitive Disorder

Age-related Decline in Case-Marker Processing and its Relation to Working Memory Capacity

Causes of decreased photosynthetic rate and metabolic capacity in water-deficient leaf cells: a critical evaluation of mechanisms and integration of processes

The Importance of Processing Automaticity and Temporary Storage Capacity to the Differences in Comprehension Between Skilled and Less Skilled College-Age Deaf Readers

Distinct Neural Markers of TVA-Based Visual Processing Speed and Short-Term Storage Capacity Parameters

Discrepancies in mental functioning relative to word knowledge on the Speed and Capacity of Language-Processing Test

Exploring the process of capacity-building among community-based health promotion workers in Alberta, Canada

A process evaluation of the National Cancer Institute's Data-based Intervention Research program: a study of organizational capacity building

Erratum to “N-Acetyl-2-Aminofluorene (AAF) Processing in Adult Rat Hepatocytes in Primary Culture Occurs by High-Affinity Low-Velocity and Low-Affinity High-Velocity AAF Metabolite-Forming Systems” and “High-Affinity Low-Capacity and Low-Affinity High-Capacity N-Acetyl-2-Aminofluorene (AAF) Macromolecular Binding Sites Are Revealed During the Growth Cycle of Adult Rat Hepatocytes in Primary Culture”

 

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The amount of space a person has available in the central nervous system for processing information. The use of the term implies individuals have a limited capacity for such processing. It has been used to explain a person's limited ability to do several things at the same time.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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