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Psychology and Aging
Three studies investigated (a) the plausibility of the claim that increasing the processing demands in a memory task contributes to greater involvement of a central processor and (b) the effects of altering reliance on the central processor on the magnitude of age-related differences in workingmemory tasks. In the first study, young adults performed versions of 2 tasks presumed to vary in the degree of reliance on the central processor. In the second and third studies, young and older adultsdoi:10.1037/0882-7922.214.171.1241 fatcat:3srse6djr5dnvb7ypfvmyxgjcy