Anne M. Fullerton

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A syllogistic reasoning task was used to assess the ability of two adult age groups to use imagery. Answers to memory and inference test questions depended on explicitly provided information, but answers to integration test questions required the use of information drawn from semantic memory. Overall, older adults obtained significantly lower scores than(More)
The ability of young and middle-aged adults to solve series problems was assessed with problems connected by either marked or unmarked adjectives. Half the participants given each type of problem were instructed to use imagery. Information needed to answer memory and inference questions was explicity provided, but additional information from semantic memory(More)
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