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Twenty-four older and 24 younger adults were compared on procedural learning tasks (i.e. Tower of Hanoi puzzle). Half of the participants in each group went through active training (i.e. standard administration), and the other half through passive training (i.e. followed instructions read to them). The effect of the different types of training was tested immediately and one week after training. In addition the different groups were tested on a more difficult version of the task. The resultsdoi:10.1080/713755550 fatcat:aar75b3y3jef7pcrkgqkhtp5qm