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Psychology and Aging
Much of the current research in the area of cognitive aging has been focused on investigating specific processes presumed to be responsible for the age differences observed in particular cognitive tasks. A central thesis of this article is that age-related effects on cognitive variables seldom occur in isolation, and hence, they are best interpreted in the context of the structural interrelations that exist among variables and the relations of age on that organizational structure. Results fromdoi:10.1037//0882-7922.214.171.124 pmid:10755288 fatcat:c637krffp5ajfk45j42spj3awy