Motor-response generation as a source of aging-related behavioural slowing in choice-reaction tasks.

@article{Kolev2006MotorresponseGA,
  title={Motor-response generation as a source of aging-related behavioural slowing in choice-reaction tasks.},
  author={Vasil Kolev and Michael Falkenstein and Juliana Yordanova},
  journal={Neurobiology of aging},
  year={2006},
  volume={27 11},
  pages={1719-30}
}
OBJECTIVE To analyze the effects of stimulus-response (SR) processing modes on different central stages of sensorimotor processing in order to evaluate their contribution to aging-related behavioural slowing. METHODS Components of stimulus- and response-related potentials (ERPs/RRPs) and lateralized readiness potentials (LRPs) were analyzed in two groups of young (mean 22.5 years) and older adults (mean 58.3 years) during an auditory and a visual four-choice-reaction task. RESULTS (1… CONTINUE READING

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