Motor Inhibition in Aging: Impacts of Response Type and Auditory Stimulus

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The authors examined the effects of response types and the presentation of auditory stimulus on motor inhibition. Continuous responding tasks were conducted with 27 younger adults and 39 older adults. The results indicated the following: (a) response type significantly affected error rates in older adults, (b) the presentation of an auditory stimulus… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/00222895.2013.806107

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@inproceedings{Tsuchida2013MotorII, title={Motor Inhibition in Aging: Impacts of Response Type and Auditory Stimulus}, author={Noriaki Tsuchida and Shinobu Morikawa and Hajime Yoshida and Ichiro Okawa}, booktitle={Journal of motor behavior}, year={2013} }