Self-ordered Search task

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Self-ordered Search task

Self-ordered search tasks are thought to test Working Memory. In these tasks, participants are asked to search for a particular target among other objects in a picture. Once found, participants must remember the locations searched to use in future trials.1

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1. O'Hearn K et. al. Neurodevelopment and executive function in autism.Dev Psychopathol. 2008 Fall;20(4):1103-32. PMID 18838033