A meta-analytic procedure shows an age-related decline in picture naming: Comments on Goulet, Ska

Feyereisen, Pierre
December 1997
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec1997, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p1328
Academic Journal
Examines the 1994 research findings of Goulet, Ska, and Kahn on age-related changes in picture-naming accuracy by using a meta-analytic statistical procedure. Heterogeneity of the estimated effect sizes; Influence of the selection of the items in a naming test on the outcomes of statistical analyses; Potential causal factors of difficulties in cognitive skills.


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