Spatial and temporal processing in healthy aging: implications for perceptions of driving skills.

@article{Conlon2008SpatialAT,
  title={Spatial and temporal processing in healthy aging: implications for perceptions of driving skills.},
  author={Elizabeth G. Conlon and Kathleen Herkes},
  journal={Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition},
  year={2008},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={446-70}
}
Sensitivity to the attributes of a stimulus (form or motion) and accuracy when detecting rapidly presented stimulus information were measured in older (N = 36) and younger (N = 37) groups. Before and after practice, the older group was significantly less sensitive to global motion (but not to form) and less accurate on a rapid sequencing task when detecting the individual elements presented in long but not short sequences. These effect sizes produced power for the different analyses that ranged… CONTINUE READING

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