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2009 journal article

Aging and Everyday Judgments: The Impact of Motivational and Processing Resource Factors

PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING, 24(3), 735–740.

By: T. Hess n, C. Leclerc n, E. Swaim n & S. Weatherbee n

author keywords: aging; judgment; motivation; systematic processing; social cognition
MeSH headings : Adolescent; Adult; Aged; Aged, 80 and over; Aging / psychology; Attention; Concept Formation; Crime / psychology; Female; Guilt; Humans; Judgment; Male; Middle Aged; Motivation; Problem Solving; Young Adult
TL;DR: It has been hypothesized that reductions in cognitive resources might result in older adults engaging in less systematic processing than young adults when making everyday judgments, and increasing age was associated with increasing selectivity in cognitive resource engagement. (via Semantic Scholar)
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