Age differences in processing information from television news: the effects of bisensory augmentation.

@article{Stine1990AgeDI,
  title={Age differences in processing information from television news: the effects of bisensory augmentation.},
  author={Elizabeth A. L. Stine and Arthur Wingfield and Stephen D. Myers},
  journal={Journal of gerontology},
  year={1990},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={P1-8}
}
Younger and older adults listened to segments of television news under one of three conditions: (a) Listen, in which they heard the auditory portion of the segment without its visual track; (b) Listen + Read, in which they listened to the auditory track only while reading along with a written transcript; and (c) Listen + Television, in which they heard the original televised segment complete with audio and visual track. Younger adults showed better free recall for the spoken information when it… CONTINUE READING