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Selective anticipation for events in old age.

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When considering how momentary variations in attentional selectivity occur it is useful to distinguish between situations in which selectivity is controlled by external events (data-driven control) and other situations in which people use their previous experience to actively adjust their attentional selectivity from moment to moment (memory-driven control). In terms of this distinction Experiment 1 suggests that elderly people show preservation, or even enhancement, of data-driven control bu...

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10.1093/geronj/35.6.913

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Journal:
Journal of gerontology
Volume:
35
Issue:
6
Pages:
913-919
Publication date:
1980-11-05
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ISSN:
0022-1422
URN:
uuid:18302823-cc00-4d68-84e9-9bcd09080e53
Source identifiers:
16306
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pubs:16306

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