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Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults / Nasreen Basoudan; Anna Torrens-Burton; Amy Jenkins; Ian. M. Thornton; Claire J Hanley; Jeremy Tree; Sara Thomas; Andrea Tales

Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, Volume: 92, Issue: 1, Start page: 13-20

Swansea University Author: Tales, Andrea

Published in: Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
Published: 2019
Online Access: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6430171/
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa49121
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title Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults
spellingShingle Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults
Tales, Andrea
title_short Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults
title_full Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults
title_fullStr Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults
title_full_unstemmed Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults
title_sort Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults
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Jeremy Tree
Sara Thomas
Andrea Tales
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