Change blindness, aging, and cognition.

  title={Change blindness, aging, and cognition.},
  author={Matthew Rizzo and Jondavid Sparks and Sean McEvoy and Sarah M Viamonte and Ida L Kellison and Shaun Vecera},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  volume={31 2},
Change blindness (CB), the inability to detect changes in visual scenes, may increase with age and early Alzheimer's disease (AD). To test this hypothesis, participants were asked to localize changes in natural scenes. Dependent measures were response time (RT), hit rate, false positives (FP), and true sensitivity (d'). Increased age correlated with increased sensitivity and RT; AD predicted even slower RT. Accuracy and RT were negatively correlated. Differences in FP were nonsignificant. CB… CONTINUE READING

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