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Extending Brain-Training to the Affective Domain: Increasing Cognitive and Affective Executive Control through Emotional Working Memory Training

Figure 2

Performance improvement across training days.

These two graphs show the linear improvement in average training performance across training days for all three groups. For the neutral n-back and affective n-back the score refers to mean level of n-back achieved. The score on the feature match task for the control group constitutes a mean composite score (see Methods and Materials).

Figure 2