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Review on Aging Cognition - From Neuromodulation to Representation

ISBN-10: 3656025541
ISBN-13: 9783656025542
Edition: 0
Authors: Maxi Becker
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Description: Scholarly Research Paper from the year 2009 in the subject Psychology - Cognition, grade: 1,0, Free University of Berlin, course: Brain and Cognitive Development across the Lifespan, language: English, abstract: This essay is a review on Li,  More...

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List price: $18.90
Copyright year: 0
Publisher: Grin Verlag
Publication date: 10/12/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 32
Size: 0.79" wide x 55.12" long x 85.04" tall
Weight: 110.0
Language: English

Scholarly Research Paper from the year 2009 in the subject Psychology - Cognition, grade: 1,0, Free University of Berlin, course: Brain and Cognitive Development across the Lifespan, language: English, abstract: This essay is a review on Li, Lindenberger and Sikstrom's paper: Aging Cognition - from neuromodulation to representation (2001). In their paper the authors criticize the resource reduction theory for aging and come up with an own cross-level theory to explain this phenomenon. According to the authors the neurotransmitter dopamine seems to be a significant correlate for aging. However, their approach leaves out the fact that aging is not a plain bottom-up process. This is the reason why inter-individual differences of cognitive aging on the behavioral side (despite of similar neurobiological constraints) cannot be clarified within their approach.

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