Dissociative global and local task-switching costs across younger adults, middle-aged adults, older adults, and very mild Alzheimer's disease individuals.

@article{Huff2015DissociativeGA,
  title={Dissociative global and local task-switching costs across younger adults, middle-aged adults, older adults, and very mild Alzheimer's disease individuals.},
  author={Mark Huff and David A. Balota and Meredith Minear and Andrew J Aschenbrenner and Janet M. Duchek},
  journal={Psychology and aging},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={727-39}
}
A task-switching paradigm was used to examine differences in attentional control across younger adults, middle-aged adults, healthy older adults, and individuals classified in the earliest detectable stage of Alzheimer's disease (AD). A large sample of participants (570) completed a switching task in which participants were cued to classify the letter… CONTINUE READING