Visual attention during seeing for speaking in healthy aging

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Abstract for poster #3338 As we age, we accumulate a wealth of information, but cognitive processes become slower and less efficient. There is mixed evidence on whether world knowledge compensates for age-related cognitive decline (Umanath & Marsh, 2014). We investigated whether older adults fixate more meaningful scene locations than young adults. Young (N=30) and older (N=30, aged 66-82) adults ...

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