Second Thoughts versus Second Looks: An Age-Related Deficit in Reflectively Refreshing Just-Activated Information

@article{Johnson2002SecondTV,
  title={Second Thoughts versus Second Looks: An Age-Related Deficit in Reflectively Refreshing Just-Activated Information},
  author={M. Johnson and J. Reeder and C. Raye and K. Mitchell},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  year={2002},
  volume={13},
  pages={64 - 67}
}
Age-related deficits in memory are greater as encoding and retrieval tasks require more reflective (self-generated or executive) processing. One problem in developing more specific models of age-related changes in cognition is that the tasks studied tend to be complex and vary in the combinations of component cognitive processes they recruit. Here we report an age-related deficit in one of the most elementary, but critical, components of reflection: refreshing a just-activated representation… Expand
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