Movement specification time with age.

  title={Movement specification time with age.},
  author={George E. Stelmach and N L Goggin and A. Garcia-Colera},
  journal={Experimental aging research},
  volume={13 1-2},
An experiment is reported which localizes and compares movement specification times between three age groups, young (18-25 yrs.), middle (40-50 yrs.), and elderly (65-75 yrs.), in order to assess whether movement planning processes are partially responsible for the commonly observed slowing of response initiation time in the elderly. A movement precuing paradigm was used in which 24 subjects (8/age group) received either no, partial, or complete movement task information prior to the imperative… CONTINUE READING

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