2 edition of Ageing and memory for proper names. found in the catalog.
Ageing and memory for proper names.
Steven John Jones
Manchester thesis (Ph.D.), Age and Cognitive Performance Research Centre.
|Contributions||University of Manchester. Age and Cognitive Performance Research Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||257|
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The following types. ageing and memory for names 57 58 RENDELL, CASTEL, CRAIK remember the perso n’ s name and occupation for a later memory test, in w hich they would be presented. AGEING AND MEMORY FOR NAMES 55 One of the commonest complaints by older adults is an increased difficulty in remembering proper names.
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Age-related memory loss, sometimes described as "normal aging" (also spelled "ageing" in British English), is qualitatively different from memory loss associated with types of dementia such as Alzheimer's disease, and is believed to have a different brain mechanism.
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The studies are analyzed in a new edition of a neurology book, “Progress in Brain Research.” Some brains do deteriorate with age. Alzheimer’s Author: Sara Reistad-Long. What is normal memory loss that comes with aging. People often forget specific things like proper names because these names are uniquely linked to only one person.
If you imagine your memory as a network, the nodes at the top are categories that get increasingly specific with exemplars that increase in rarity. Whether a word becomes harder (or easier) to recall with age can depend both on the kind of word tested, and the kind of test used.
While many people find names increasingly hard to recall as they get older, on some tests of word recall, memory retrieval is unaffected by ageing. On other tests, performance actually improves with age. Caregivers for seniors have a beautiful opportunity to help them preserve their family memories so that generations to follow will be able to enjoy their legacy.
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