Cancer and Aging : Challenges and Opportunities across the Cancer Control ContInuum Supplement to Cancer Age Differences in Dual Information-processing Modes Implica tions for Cancer Decision Making

@inproceedings{Ellen2008CancerAA,
  title={Cancer and Aging : Challenges and Opportunities across the Cancer Control ContInuum Supplement to Cancer Age Differences in Dual Information-processing Modes Implica tions for Cancer Decision Making},
  author={Ellen and Michael and Diefenbach and Thomas M Hess and Daniel Vastfjall},
  year={2008}
}
© 2008 American Cancer Society D0I10.1002lcncr. 23944 Age differences in affective/ experiential and deliberative processes have impor­ tant theoretical implications for cancer decision making, as cancer is often a dis­ ease of older adulthood. The authors examined evidence for adult age differences in affective and deliberative information processes, reviewed the sparse evidence about age differences in decision making, and introduced how dual process the­ ories and their findings might be… CONTINUE READING