Adult age differences in temporal memory for cyclic actions.

@article{Wiley1993AdultAD,
  title={Adult age differences in temporal memory for cyclic actions.},
  author={J G Wiley and D H Kausler},
  journal={Experimental aging research},
  year={1993},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={351-65}
}
Adult age differences in temporal memory for bipolar or cyclic actions were investigated in three experiments. Cyclic actions are ones that have opposite poles in regard to their effect on an object (e.g., opening and closing a purse). For such actions, the critical memory function is to remember which pole occurred last. Temporal memory was tested by having subjects judge which component of a series of bipolar actions had been performed more recently (e.g., opening or closing a purse). Recency… CONTINUE READING

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