Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (6):841-842 (1998)

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Halford et al. are not redefining capacity in the sense of limit on resources but in the sense of limits on what resources can do. Furthermore, the necessity of using resource theory as a theoretical frame is questionable.
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