“Generalized [brain reaction time] slowing characterizes aging and there is some evidence to suggest that this slowing already starts at midlife…already at mid-life response preparation is seriously declined…”

With increasing age cognitive performance slows down, including cognitive processes essential for motor performance.  Additionally, performance of motor tasks becomes less automatic and requires increased attentional demands in older subjects (57–75 years;

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