Research in Geriatric Psychophysiology
- focus on what psychophysiology is able to say about the psychological aging of the individual, as distinguished . . . from biological and social aging
- nature of cognitive changes with age
- cognitive abnormalities [that] develop in association with common psychiatric and neurological disorders in old age
- attempt to understand the locus of the pervasive cognitive slowing that comes with advanced age
- exemplifies how psychophysiological measures can help dissect complex cognitive processes
- brain-wave measures / event-related brain potentials
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Research in Geriatric Psychophysiology, In K. W. Schaie (Ed.), Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics V. 7, Springer, p. 1-27
Scholar Commons Citation
Miller, Gregory A.; Bashore, Theodore R.; Farwell, Lawrence A.; and Donchin, Emanuel, "Research in Geriatric Psychophysiology" (1987). Psychology Faculty Publications. 287.