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Adult age differences in the temporal characteristics of category free recall
Psychology and Aging
Two experiments are reported that examined the temporal structure of recall for categorizable word lists by younger and older adults. All participants showed response bursting, in which recall order is clustered by semantic category, with longer interresponse times (IRTs) appearing between categories than within categories. Experiment 1 demonstrated that older adults, even when matched to younger adults in overall accuracy, differed in the rate of increase of between-category IRTs with outputdoi:10.1037/0882-7918.104.22.1686 fatcat:ef32hbc4ijchdahtrsk45h6n7e