Lifespan Performance on a Computerized Tower of London-Drexel: From 16 to 80 Years of Age
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Executive function is a set of higher-order cognitive processes that are comprised of the skills and abilities necessary for planned and deliberate, goal-directed behaviors. One of the quintessential examples of executive functioning is that of planning. The Tower of London-Drexel Edition (TOLDX) is one of the most researched commercially available tests of planning ability. The TOLDX is a tower transfer task designed as a manual test utilizing stimulus boards and a trained experimenter. The present study examined the utility of a computerized version of the TOLDX. A total of 930 participants ...