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Meistverkauft in Psychologie
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- KurzbeschreibungIt is now generally accepted that the population of <br>industrialised countries is aging. Although <br>increasing longevity is a good thing, a number of <br>issues are also raised. For example, many older <br>adults experience a decline in various aspects of <br>cognitive functioning. Working memory, which refers <br>to a memory system that allows us to process, store <br>and manipulate information, has been found to be <br>particularly sensitive to age-related declines. <br>However, much of the work on age differences in <br>working memory has concentrated on the verbal domain <br>in which there are clear declines. Much less is <br>known about visual memory. Furthermore, there has <br>been relatively little work comparing age <br>differences in verbal, visual and spatial memory. <br>This book attempts to address this gap by asking <br>whether there are age differences in verbal, visual <br>and spatial memory and whether any differences are <br>the same, or different, across domains. The book <br>would be a useful resource for memory and aging <br>researchers as well as for older adults.
- AutorRhonda Shaw
- Seiten136 Seiten
- Gewicht196 g
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