Barbara Carretti
Barbara Carretti
Department of General Psychology, University of Padova
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Role of working memory in explaining the performance of individuals with specific reading comprehension difficulties: A meta-analysis
B Carretti, E Borella, C Cornoldi, R De Beni
Learning and individual differences 19 (2), 246-251, 2009
The specific role of inhibition in reading comprehension in good and poor comprehenders
E Borella, B Carretti, S Pelegrina
Journal of Learning disabilities 43 (6), 541-552, 2010
Working memory training in older adults: evidence of transfer and maintenance effects.
E Borella, B Carretti, F Riboldi, R De Beni
Psychology and aging 25 (4), 767, 2010
Working memory and inhibition across the adult life-span
E Borella, B Carretti, R De Beni
Acta psychologica 128 (1), 33-44, 2008
Updating in working memory: A comparison of good and poor comprehenders
B Carretti, C Cornoldi, R De Beni, M Romanò
Journal of experimental child psychology 91 (1), 45-66, 2005
Components of reading comprehension and scholastic achievement
C Meneghetti, B Carretti, R De Beni
Learning and individual differences 16 (4), 291-301, 2006
Does strategic memory training improve the working memory performance of younger and older adults?
B Carretti, E Borella, R De Beni
Experimental psychology 54 (4), 311-320, 2007
Reading comprehension in aging: The role of working memory and metacomprehension
R De Beni, E Borella, B Carretti
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 14 (2), 189-212, 2007
Gains in language comprehension relating to working memory training in healthy older adults
B Carretti, E Borella, M Zavagnin, R de Beni
International journal of geriatric psychiatry 28 (5), 539-546, 2013
Improving reading comprehension in reading and listening settings: The effect of two training programmes focusing on metacognition and working memory
B Carretti, N Caldarola, C Tencati, C Cornoldi
British Journal of Educational Psychology 84 (2), 194-210, 2014
Working memory training in old age: an examination of transfer and maintenance effects
E Borella, B Carretti, G Zanoni, M Zavagnin, R De Beni
Archives of clinical neuropsychology 28 (4), 331-347, 2013
A specific deficit in visuospatial simultaneous working memory in Down syndrome
S Lanfranchi, B Carretti, G Spanò, C Cornoldi
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 53 (5), 474-483, 2009
Difficulties in working memory updating in individuals with intellectual disability
B Carretti, C Belacchi, C Cornoldi
Journal of intellectual disability research 54 (4), 337-345, 2010
Benefits of training visuospatial working memory in young–old and old–old.
E Borella, B Carretti, A Cantarella, F Riboldi, M Zavagnin, R De Beni
Developmental psychology 50 (3), 714, 2014
Benefits of training working memory in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: specific and transfer effects
B Carretti, E Borella, S Fostinelli, M Zavagnin
International Psychogeriatrics 25 (4), 617, 2013
Inhibitory mechanisms in Down syndrome: Is there a specific or general deficit?
E Borella, B Carretti, S Lanfranchi
Research in developmental disabilities 34 (1), 65-71, 2013
Improving problem solving in primary school students: The effect of a training programme focusing on metacognition and working memory
C Cornoldi, B Carretti, S Drusi, C Tencati
British Journal of Educational Psychology 85 (3), 424-439, 2015
What happens to information to be suppressed in Working–Memory tasks? Short and long term Effects
B Carretti, C Cornoldi, R De Beni, P Palladino
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 57 (6), 1059-1084, 2004
Working memory training for healthy older adults: the role of individual characteristics in explaining short-and long-term gains
E Borella, E Carbone, M Pastore, R De Beni, B Carretti
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 99, 2017
The role of working memory and updating in Coloured Raven Matrices performance in typically developing children
C Belacchi, B Carretti, C Cornoldi
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 22 (7), 1010-1020, 2010
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