Lifespan development of stimulus-response conflict cost: similarities and differences between maturation and senescence

@inproceedings{Li2009LifespanDO,
  title={Lifespan development of stimulus-response conflict cost: similarities and differences between maturation and senescence},
  author={Shu-Chen Li and Dorothea H{\"a}mmerer and Viktor M{\"u}ller and Bernhard Hommel and Ulman Lindenberger},
  booktitle={Psychological research},
  year={2009}
}
Age gradient of the mechanism of stimulus-response conflict cost was investigated in a population-based representative sample of 291 individuals, covering the age range from 6 to 89 years. Stimulus-response conflict cost, indicated by the amount of additional processing time required when there is a conflict between stimulus and response options, follows a U-shaped function across the lifespan. Lifespan age gradient of conflict cost parallels closely those of processing fluctuation and fluid… CONTINUE READING

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