Age differences in visual sensory memory.

Abstract

Age differences in visual sensory memory were studied using the direct measure procedure of Haber and Standing (1969) -- the longest interstimulus interval at which subjects reported a single stimulus as continuous was measured. The visual storage of the young (mean age 24 years) was found to persist for 289 msec compared to 248 for the old (mean age 67… (More)

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@article{Walsh1978AgeDI, title={Age differences in visual sensory memory.}, author={David M. A. Walsh and Larry W. Thompson}, journal={Journal of gerontology}, year={1978}, volume={33 3}, pages={383-7} }