Regaining lost time: adult aging and the effect of time restoration on recall of time-compressed speech.

@article{Wingfield1999RegainingLT,
  title={Regaining lost time: adult aging and the effect of time restoration on recall of time-compressed speech.},
  author={Arthur Wingfield and Patricia A Tun and Christine K. Koh and Mark J. Rosen},
  journal={Psychology and aging},
  year={1999},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={380-9}
}
Two experiments in which time was restored to artificially accelerated (time-compressed) speech are reported. Experiment 1 showed that although both young and older adults' recall of the speech benefited from the restoration of time, time restoration failed to boost the older adults to their baseline levels for unaltered speech. In Experiment 2, either 100% or 125% of lost time was restored by inserting pauses, either at linguistic boundaries or at random points within the passages. Experiment… CONTINUE READING

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