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University of Southern California: Study Finds Older Adults Less Distracted By Negative Information
August 12, 2019
LOS ANGELES, California, Aug. 12 [TNSsociologyresearch] -- The University of Southern California (USC) issued the following news release:

A new study shows that compared to younger adults, older adults are less distracted by negative information -- even in the earliest stages of attention.

USC researchers looked at "emotion-induced blindness," which refers to distractions caused by emotionally arousing stimuli. In four experiments using a quickly presented seq . . .

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