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Older adults preserve accuracy but not precision in explicit and implicit rhythmic timing
Aging brings with it several forms of neurophysiological and cognitive deterioration, but whether a decline in temporal processing is part of the aging process is unclear. The current study investigated whether this timing deficit has a cause independent of those of memory and attention using rhythmic stimuli that reduce the demand for these higher cognitive functions. In Study 1, participants took part in two rhythmic timing tasks: explicit and implicit. Participants had to distinguish regulardoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0240863 pmid:33075063 fatcat:7jastplcobdi7eyedq6kqbueiq