Contents

10.1 Introduction

10.1.1 An Information-Processing Model of Interval Timing

10.1.2 Age Differences in Attention Relevant to Interval Timing

10.2 How Do Age Differences in Attention Affect Older Adults' Interval Timing?

10.2.1 Absolute Time Judgments and Subjective/Objective Duration Ratios: Are Older Adults' Clocks Too Fast or Too Slow?

10.2.2 Older Adults' Performance on Relative Time Judgment Tasks

10.2.3 Maintaining Attention, Dividing Attention, and Circadian Fluctuations: Distinguishing Aspects of Attention That Influence Older Adults' Perception of Time

10.2.4 Variability Measures

10.2.5 Age Differences in Attention and Interval Timing: Summary and Conclusions

10.3 Age Differences in Memory, Processing Speed, and Interval Timing

10.4 Interval Timing and Other Areas of Cognitive Aging

10.5 Summary and Conclusions References

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