Aging and individual differences in rapid two-choice decisions.

@article{Ratcliff2006AgingAI,
  title={Aging and individual differences in rapid two-choice decisions.},
  author={Roger Ratcliff and Anjali Thapar and Gail McKoon},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={626-35}
}
The effects of aging on performance were examined in signal detection, letter discrimination, brightness discrimination, and recognition memory, with each subject tested on all four tasks. Ratcliff's (1978) diffusion model was fit to the data for each subject for each task, and it provided a good account of accuracy and the distributions of correct and error response times. The model's analysis of the components of processing showed that aging had three main effects: The nondecision components… CONTINUE READING

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