Lisa Zschutschke

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The Stroop interference task is a widely used paradigm to examine cognitive inhibition, which is a key component of goal-directed behavior. With increasing age, reaction times in the Stroop interference task are usually slowed. However, to date it is still under debate if age-related increases in reaction times are merely an artifact of general slowing. The(More)
0141-9382/$ see front matter 2011 Elsevier B.V. A doi:10.1016/j.displa.2011.05.009 ⇑ Corresponding author. Address: Department o Johannes Gutenberg-University, Wallstraße 3, 55099 6131 3939269; fax: +49 6131 3939268. E-mail address: 1 MS, motion sickness; HMD, head-mounted dis synopter; RS, reduction screen; M, mask. Motion(More)
Although cognitive training usually improves cognitive test performance, the capability to transfer these training gains into respective or functionally related cognitive domains varies significantly. Since most studies demonstrate rather limited transfer effects in older adults, aging might be an important factor in transfer capability differences. This(More)
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