By Mark L. Howe (auth.), Mark L. Howe Ph.D, Michael J. Stones Ph.D, Charles J. Brainerd Ph.D (eds.)
It is a truism that as we age there are various underlying physiological adjustments conspiring to change our point of behavioral and cognitive functionality ing. regardless of the inherent interrelatedness of those behavioral and cognitive alterations, all too frequently the papers we learn confine themselves to precise, remoted elements of the constructing method. even supposing exceptions nat urally exist, we think that those exceptions should still develop into rule. even if an built-in process is critical in all parts of grownup devel opment, it's possibly relatively germane within the learn of strange getting older. the following, alterations in total functioning can take place in fast succession, with the synchrony of decline among diversified subprocesses making it tricky to issue alterations in a single approach from alterations in one other. for instance, simply because adjustments in cognitive functioning co-occur with different dramatic alterations in (motoric) reaction capacities, it's uncertain how you can effec tively learn adjustments within the skill to cognize self sufficient of alterations within the very mechanisms (ability to execute motor sequences) so frequently used to index cognitive performance.
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Cognitive and Behavioral Performance Factors in Atypical Aging by Mark L. Howe (auth.), Mark L. Howe Ph.D, Michael J. Stones Ph.D, Charles J. Brainerd Ph.D (eds.)