Age-related ERP differences at retrieval persist despite age-invariant performance and left-frontal negativity during encoding.

@article{Nessler2008AgerelatedED,
  title={Age-related ERP differences at retrieval persist despite age-invariant performance and left-frontal negativity during encoding.},
  author={Doreen Nessler and Ray Johnson and Michael Bersick and David Friedman},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={432 2},
  pages={151-6}
}
Although it has been reported repeatedly that retrieval-related processes decline with aging, the influence of well-documented age-related encoding deficiencies on the observed changes at retrieval have not been ruled out as a contributing factor. Here, we disentangle this confound by using a serendipitous finding reported by Nessler et al. [D. Nessler, R. Johnson Jr., M. Bersick, D. Friedman, On why the elderly have normal semantic retrieval but deficient episodic encoding: a study of left… CONTINUE READING

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