An event-related potential study of encoding in young and older adults

@article{Friedman2000AnEP,
  title={An event-related potential study of encoding in young and older adults},
  author={David Friedman and Charlotte T Trott},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2000},
  volume={38},
  pages={542-557}
}
Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded from young (M age=25) and older (M age=71) adults during the study phase of a recognition memory paradigm. Participants studied two temporally distinct lists of sentences (each containing two unassociated nouns). During recognition testing, in response to the nouns, participants made old/new, followed by remember (context)/know (familiarity) and temporal source (i.e., list) judgments. To assess age-related differences in encoding, the ERPs… CONTINUE READING
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