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Marslen-Wilson, W. , & Stamatakis, E. A. (2010). Preserving syntactic processing across 24 Communication and Aging the adult life span: The modulation of the frontotemporal language system in the context of age-related atrophy. Cerebral Cortex, 20(2), 352–364. Yorkston, K. , Bourgeois, M. , & Baylor, C. R. (2010). Communication and aging. Physical medicine and rehabilitation clinics of North America, 21(2), 309–319. Chapter 3 Cognitive Changes in Aging: Implications for Discourse Processing Tricia Olea Santos The study of the cognitive underpinnings of the individual as he or she moves through the lifespan is central to gathering information about healthy aging as well as those associated with neurogenic conditions.
Despite slower processing times, however, only minor differences in situation modeling are observed between younger and older adults. It is suggested that the older adult remembers details or shifts in a story since the person is more active in recreating the scene and developing rich mental representations of situations (Radvansky & Dijkstra, 2007). In the context of medical education of the elderly, several studies have compared recall of medical information in narrative as opposed to expository form.
Morgan (2004) clarifies that some knowledge is the result of lifelong learning and exposure, and some is the 22 Communication and Aging result of the individual’s own unique capacity to intuit relationships. Accumulated knowledge can be referred to as acquired knowledge and innate knowledge is more related to individual aptitude. Psychological tests are designed to compare these abilities. Morgan (2004) contends that performance can be modulated and that enriched life experiences are neuroprotective in the sense that they may mitigate decline.