Age differences in item manipulation span: the case of letter-number sequencing.

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The authors report 2 experiments in which they examined age differences in working memory tasks involving complex item manipulation (i.e., letter-number sequencing). In Experiment 1, age differences on tasks involving item manipulation were not greater than age differences on tasks requiring recall of items in the order in which they appeared, suggesting… (More)

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@article{Emery2007AgeDI, title={Age differences in item manipulation span: the case of letter-number sequencing.}, author={Lisa Emery and Joel Myerson and S. A. Hale}, journal={Psychology and aging}, year={2007}, volume={22 1}, pages={75-83} }