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Younger and older participants were trained in a triple conjunction visual search task to examine age differences in the development of proficient performance. For the first 8 days, participants searched for a target defined by its contrast polarity, shape, and orientation. On Days 9 through 16, the target identity was switched to one defined by opposing feature values. On Day 17, the target was returned to the original feature values. Results indicated that, after training, younger adultsdoi:10.1093/geronb/59.4.p191 pmid:15294923 fatcat:au5v77arknbk7h5pdsjyzowfk4