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Executive functions (inhibition, working memory, cognitive flexibility) develop in children as an interplay of brain maturation, including myelination, and external environmental factors (e.g. nutrition, stimulation).
<p>Working memory is related to <strong>how a child temporarily stores and uses the information in their mind</strong>. It is an <strong>essential skill a child needs</strong> in order to hold on to information to work with it mentally and it is needed for a wide variety of skills.</p>