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Age differences in veridical and false recall are not inevitable: The role of frontal lobe function
The relationship of neuropsychological measures of frontal lobe function to age differences in false recall was assessed using the Deese/Roediger-McDermott associative false memory paradigm (Deese,Expand
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Age deficits in the control of prepotent responses: evidence for an inhibitory decline.
Older adults have more difficulty than younger adults appropriately directing their behavior when the required response is in competition with a prepotent response. The authors varied the difficultyExpand
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Inhibitory processes in adults with persistent childhood onset ADHD.
The theory that attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) stems from a deficit in an executive behavioral inhibition process has been little studied in adults, where the validity of ADHD is inExpand
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A limit on retrieval-induced forgetting.
Retrieving some members of a memory set impairs later recall of semantically related but not unrelated members (M. C. Anderson, R. A. Bjork, & E. L. Bjork, 1994; M. C. Anderson & B. A. Spellman,Expand
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Suppression of reflexive saccades in younger and older adults: Age comparisons on an antisaccade task
Inhibitory control of prepotent responses has been examined by using the antisaccade task, during which a reflexive saccade toward a peripheral onset must be suppressed before an eye movement in theExpand
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Expanding access to BRCA1/2 genetic counseling with telephone delivery: a cluster randomized trial.
BACKGROUND The growing demand for cancer genetic services underscores the need to consider approaches that enhance access and efficiency of genetic counseling. Telephone delivery of cancer geneticExpand
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Randomized Noninferiority Trial of Telephone Delivery of BRCA1/2 Genetic Counseling Compared With In-Person Counseling: 1-Year Follow-Up.
PURPOSE The ongoing integration of cancer genomic testing into routine clinical care has led to increased demand for cancer genetic services. To meet this demand, there is an urgent need to enhanceExpand
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Age-related deficits in reality monitoring of action memories.
The authors describe 3 theoretical accounts of age-related increases in falsely remembering that imagined actions were performed (A. K. Thomas & J. B. Bulevich, 2006). To investigate these accountsExpand
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The Influence of Distinctive Processing Manipulations on Older Adults' False Memory
ABSTRACT Covertly generating item-specific characteristics for each studied word from DRM (Deese–Roediger–McDermott) lists decreases false memory in young adults. The typical interpretation of thisExpand
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A new method for categorizing scanpaths from eye tracking data
We propose GazeAppraise, a multidimensional clustering method that can extract scanpath trajectory information from raw eye movement data without assumptions defining fixations and regions of interest. Expand
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