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  • Floden Darlene; Stuss Donald T.; Craik Fergus I.M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2000-12-02)
    The reports regarding whether normal aging is associated with faster forgetting in the Brown-Peterson task have been conflicting. We hypothesized that, in light of documented age differences on other tasks involving secondary ...
  • Stine ElizabethA. L.; Hindman Jennifer (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-03-01)
    Younger and older adults read and immediately recalled a set of sentences which varied in propositional density. Reading was self-paced and sentence reading time was measured. Older adults spent differentially more time ...
  • Li KarenZ. H.; Bosman ElizabethA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-10-01)
    The disinhibition hypothesis advanced by Hasher and Zacks (1988) predicts a faulty inhibitory mechanism resulting in “increased breadth of activation of nongoal path ideas” with aging (p. 213, Fig. 1). to assess this ...
  • Earles JulieL.; Smith AndersonD.; Park DeniseC. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-06-01)
    The effect of different types of context on cued recall of nouns embedded in sentences was examined. Younger and older adults studied target nouns embedded in sentences of three types: sentences containing supporting ...
  • Lahar Cindy J.; Isaak Matthew I.; McArthur Alisa D. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2001-06-01)
    When people attend to a target in a rapid sequence of items, their perception of a subsequent target is impaired for about 500 ms. This is termed the attentional blink. In the present experiment, a dual task rapid serial ...
  • Hartman Marilyn; Dumas Julie; Nielsen Carrie (Taylor & Francis Group, 2001-03-01)
    The Delayed Matching-to-Sample (DMTS) Test was used in four experiments to test the hypothesis that older adults are less able than young to update the contents of working memory. Large age differences in working memory ...
  • Palfai Tibor; Halperin Silas; Hoyer William J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2003-06-01)
    It has been suggested that age-related slowing in the execution of mental operations in time-limited visual information processing tasks can affect subsequent memory performance. To investigate this proposal, recognition ...
  • Hahn Sowon; Andersen George J.; Kramer Arthur F. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2004-03-01)
    Using a task switching paradigm, we investigated age effects on switch costs as a function of the number of sets to be switched. In Experiment 1, younger and older subjects determined a color or shape of an object presented ...
  • Reminger Sheryl L.; Kaszniak Alfred W.; Dalby Patricia R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2000-09-01)
    This study examined possible effects of aging on the lateralization of stimulus-evoked emotional facial muscle activity. Older participants (mean age 68.4 years) and younger participants (mean age 26.4 years) viewed slides ...
  • Haut Marc W.; Kuwabara Hiroto; Leach Sharon; Callahan Ty (Taylor & Francis Group, 2000-06-01)
    Changes in frontal lobe functions are a typical part of aging of the brain. There are age-related declines in working memory performance, a skill requiring frontal lobe activation. This study examined neural activation, ...
  • Dobson ShannonH.; Kirasic KathleenC.; Allen GaryL. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    It was predicted that the magnitude of age differences in performance of a figure comparison task would increase as a function of task complexity, which was manipulated by varying the angular disparity between figural ...
  • Naveh-Benjamin Moshe; Craik Fergus I.M.; Ben-Shaul Lilach (Taylor & Francis Group, 2002-12-01)
    The literature is unclear about the relative contributions of environmental supporting conditions to younger and older adults’ episodic memory performance. The work reported addresses the conditions under which different ...
  • Negash Selamawit; Howard Darlene V.; Japikse Karin C.; Howard James H. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2003-06-01)
    This experiment investigated whether there are age differences in implicit learning of non-spatially arranged sequential patterns. We tested 12 young and 12 old participants for five sessions each in a non-spatial alternating ...
  • Prull Matthew W.; Light Leah L.; Collett Marisa E.; Kennison Robert F. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1998-06-01)
    Older adults are often more susceptible to various illusions and distortions of memory than young adults. In the experiments reported here, we explored the question of whether normal aging was associated with a larger ...
  • Verhaeghen Paul; Palfai Tibor; Cerella John; Buchler Norbou; Johnson Michael P.; D’Eredita Michael; Green Dayna R.; Hoyer William J.; Makekau Maryann (Taylor & Francis Group, 2000-12-02)
    Time-accuracy functions were derived for younger and older adults for recognition of line drawings of common objects, words of high imagery values, and figures (i.e., Chinese characters). We found that in the line drawing ...
  • Fisk ArthurD.; Cooper BrianP.; Hertzog Christopher; Batsakes PeterJ.; Mead SherryE. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-10-01)
    Experiments evaluated instance-based learning as a possible sole mechanism underlying development of automaticity. Age differences in extended practice lexical decision and factors that could effect age-related performance ...
  • Mutter SharonA.; Lindsey SueE.; Pliske RebeccaM. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-04-01)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of aging on credibility judgments and source memory for statements expressing new “factual” knowledge. In Experiment 1, we examined the influence of familiarity in ...
  • Cherry BarbaraJ.; Adamson Maheen; Duclos Alisa; Hellige JosephB. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2005-12-01)
    Thirty younger (Mean Age = 19.9 years) and 20 older adults (Mean Age = 74.7 years) performed Physical and Name Identity letter-matching tasks (matches were either within or between hemispheres) to study age-related changes ...
  • Hernandez Arturo E.; Kohnert Kathryn J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1999-06-01)
    Language switching was studied with a group of bilingual older adults (65 and older) and college-age bilinguals using a cued picture naming paradigm in a blocked (English or Spanish), unpredictable mixed (Spanish and English ...
  • Basso MichaelR.; Schefft BruceK.; Hamsher Kerry deS. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2005-06-01)
    Relatively little research has examined the effect of aging upon remote memory, especially among individuals who have entered their 10th decade of life. The present study examined whether remote memory deteriorates in a ...