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The effects of working memory (WM) training on WM-related brain changes and on attention-executive function (A-EF) were investigated in a sample of healthy older adults. Thirty-nine participants (aged 63-78 years) were randomly assigned to one of three groups: (1) a control group (n = 13), (2) a visual-spatial WM training group (n = 13) and (3) a verbal WM training group (n = 13). Participants underwent an MRI scan and were tested at baseline and at follow-up for performance on the A-EF task. WM-training groups showed significant improvements of their trained WM domains, whereas no significant WM gains were observed in the control group. At baseline, training group members showed better A-EF scores than controls, but this advantage did not persist after WM training. In addition, greater WM gains were positively associated with improved A-EF performance. However, there was no association between WM training and WM