Direct and indirect memory measures of temporal order: younger versus older adults.

@article{Vakil1997DirectAI,
  title={Direct and indirect memory measures of temporal order: younger versus older adults.},
  author={Eli Vakil and Matthias Weise and S Enbar},
  journal={International journal of aging & human development},
  year={1997},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={195-206}
}
The memory changes associated with age are attributed to the deterioration of the frontal lobes, as well as to the middle temporal structures. Therefore, in addition to a decline in memory for facts and events, as found impaired in amnesics, a memory decline associated with age is predicted for tasks typically found impaired in frontal lobe patients (i.e., temporal order judgment). There are conflicting findings concerning whether indirect measures of memory for facts and events are associated… CONTINUE READING

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