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Timing of behavior and Old Age
Timing of Behavior in Senescence and the Role of the Central
The Central Nervous System in the Slowing of Senescent Behavior
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age decrement age differences age groups alpha cycle alpha rhythm alpha waves analysis analysis of variance Ankus associations auditory average behavior Botwinick central nervous system changes commission errors concrete nouns correct detections correlation decline deficit dichotic listening digit span duration effect of age efficiency Eisdorfer elderly group electroencephalogram experiment experimental exposure factor foresignals frequency function Geront hypothesis increase input interaction interstimulus interval interval J. E. Birren latency less list length measure mediators Monaural msec nervous system number of different number of words old group older omission paced inspection tasks percentage performance presented primary primary associations Psychol psycholinguistic psychological Rabbitt redundancy relation reported responses rote learning sample senescence short-term memory shown shows signal significant significantly speed stimulus suggested Surwillo Szafran Table Talland trials type of material unrelated words variability visual vocabulary Welford word span younger