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It is well-known that age differentially impacts aspects of long-term episodic memory (EM): Whereas a binding deficit indicates that older adults are less capable than younger adults to encode or retrieve associations between information (e.g., the pairing between two memoranda, such as lock - race), item memory is relatively intact (e.g., recognizing lock without its original pairing).
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Name: The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
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